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Canadian Institute of Ukrainian 
Studies 


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NEWSLETTER 



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Volume 10 


November 1986 


Number 2 


NEW PUBLICATIONS 1 

NEWS CIUS Advisory Council Appointed 3 

Bequests Received 3 

Ukrainian Studies at CAS Conference 1986 4 

Multiculturalism at Community College 5 

Ukrainian History at the University of Alberta 6 

Ukrainian Community Development Committee Releases 
Report 7 

Journal of Ukrainian Studies Transferred to Edmonton 7 

Lupul on Study Leave 8 

Saunders Awarded Antonovych Prize 8 

Archives Acquired 8 

Dictionaries Microfilmed 9 

Misylo Awarded Cenko Prize 9 

Encyclopedia of Ukraine Project 9 

Savaryn Retires as Chancellor 12 

CIUS Summer Projects 12 

New at the ULRC 1 2 

Scholarships and Fellowships Awarded 1986-7 13 

1987 Neporany Postdoctoral Fellow 14 

CIUS Seminars: 1986-7 14 

Graduate Degrees Awarded at University of Alberta 15 

Centennial History Project Receives Grant 15 

Graduate Students at University of Alberta 15 

PEOPLE John-Paul Himka 15 

Andrij Hornjatkevyc 19 

Khrystyna Kohut 19 

Bohdan Krawchenko 19 

Sofia Lazar 19 

David R. Marples 20 

Orest Martynowych and David Lupul 20 

Valentyn Moroz 21 

Myroslav Yurkevich 2 1 


BIBLIOGRAPHY 


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NEWSLETTER 

Periodical publication of the 

Canadian Institute of 
Ukrainian Studies 
352 Athabasca Hall 
University of Alberta 
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. 
T6G 2E8 

Publishing Committee: 

David Marples (editor) 
Andrij Hornjatkevyc (translator) 
Khrystia Kohut 
Sofia Lazar 
Peter Matilainen 

Reprints permitted with 
acknowledgement 
ISSN 0702 - 8474 


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A catalogue of CIUS 
publications may be 
obtained from: 

CANADIAN 

INSTITUTE 

OF 

UKRAINIAN 

STUDIES 


352 Athabasca Hall 
University of Alberta 
Edmonton, Alberta 
Canada 
T6G 2E8 

Tel. (403) 432-2972 


Available from the Canadian Institute 
of Ukrainian Studies 

The Cultural Renaissance in 
Ukraine: Polemical Pam- 
phlets, 1925-1926 

By Mykola Khvylovy 
Translated, edited and introduced by 
Myroslav Shkandrij. 

Political writings of the major figure in 
the Literary Discussion that took place in 
Soviet Ukraine in the 1920s. 

xi, 266pp., cloth $19.95 
ISBN 920862-42-X. 


The Ukrainian Impact on 
Russian Culture 1750-1850 

By David Saunders 

Based on original research in the ar- 
chives of Moscow and Leningrad, this 
study sheds new light on the role played 
in Russian cultural development by 
those Ukrainians who chose to identify 
themselves with the Russian Empire. 

x, 415pp., cloth $19.95, paper $14.95. 
ISBN 920862-32-2 (cloth), 920862-34-9 
(paper). 


The Ukrainian National 
Movement in Galicia: 
1815-1849 

By Jan Kozik 

Edited and with an Introduction by 
Lawrence D. Orton. 

Analyzes the Ukrainian national revival 
in Galicia in the early nineteenth cen- 
tury, and the revolution of 1848 in 
eastern Galicia. 

xx, 498pp., cloth $29.95, paper $19.95. 
ISBN 920862-40-3 (cloth), 920862-28-4 
(paper). 

The above books may be ordered from 
the University of Toronto Press, Distribu- 
tion Department, 5201 Dufferin Street, 
Downsview, Ontario M3H 5T8. 


New Publications 


Chernobyl and Nuclear Power in the USSR 

In late 1986, CIUS published 
Chernobyl and Nuclear Power in the USSR 
by David R. Marples. Written in the wake of 
the 26 April disaster at the Chernobyl 
nuclear power plant in Ukraine, the book 
places the accident within the context of 
Soviet development of the industry. It 
argues that although several specific causes 
of the accident have been elucidated by the 
Soviet authorities, acute problems 
concerned with both labour and quality 
control have been evident at Ukraine’s 
nuclear facilities for at least a decade. 
Moreover, these difficulties have been 
heightened as a consequence of the crash 
programme for Soviet development in the 
1980s and Ukraine’s additional inclusion in a 
concerted expansion of the industry in 
Eastern Europe. 

Divided into seven chapters, the 
volume includes a Chernobyl Diary, which 
covers Soviet reporting during the first two 
weeks after the accident; Soviet energy 
policy; East European nuclear development; 
Soviet nuclear power development in the 
1980s, including an in-depth analysis of 
work at each of the Ukrainian plants; safety 
and construction questions; a detailed 
account of the Chernobyl disaster; and the 
aftermath of the accident, including the 
clean-up operation, and political and 
economic consequences. The author 
believes that despite the frankness exhibited 


by the representatives of the Soviet State 
Committee on the Utilization of Atomic 
Energy at the meeting of the International 
Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna, no 
fundamental changes to or slowdown of the 
Soviet nuclear programme are anticipated. 
The volume contains appendices and an 
index. The book is being published jointly 
with the Macmillan Press, London and St. 
Martin’s Press, New York. The CIUS edition, 
which runs to 256 pages, is available in 
Canada only for $19.95 (clothbound) and 
$14.95 (paperbound), ISBN 920862-48-9 
and 920862-50-0, respectively. 


Famine in Ukraine 7932-7933 

In November 1986, selected papers 
from the 1983 Montreal conference on the 
Ukrainian Famine were issued under the title 
Famine in Ukraine 7932-7933. Along with 
Dr. Robert Conquest’s book Harvest of 
Sorrow (Edmonton: University of Alberta 
Press, 1986), this volume is one of the few 
monograph-level studies available on the 
Ukrainian Famine. It consists of the 
following essays: 

James E. Mace, “The Man-Made Famine of 
1933 in Soviet Ukraine”; 

Bohdan Krawchenko, “The Man-Made 
Famine of 1932-33 and Collectivization in 
Soviet Ukraine”; 

M. Maksudov, “Ukraine’s Demographic 
Losses 1927-1938”; 

James E. Mace, “The Famine of 1933: A 
Survey of the Sources”; 

Marco Carynnyk, “Making the News Fit to 
Print: Walter Duranty, the New York Times 
and the Ukrainian Famine of 1933”; 

Andre Liebich, “Russian Mensheviks and the 
Famine of 1933”; 

Marco Carynnyk, “Blind Eye to Murder: 
Britain, the United States and the Ukrainian 
Famine of 1933”; 


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Wsewolod W. Isajiw, “The Impact of the 
Man-Made Famine on the Structure of 
Ukrainian Society”; 

Roman Serbyn, “The Famine of 
1921-1923: A Model for 1932-1933?”; 
Frank Chalk and Kurt Jonassohn, 
“Conceptualizations of Genocide and 
Ethnocide.” 

Edited by Roman Serbyn and Bohdan 
Krawchenko, the book contains 192 pages, 
and is available in a clothbound edition for 
$ 1 9.95, ISBN 920862-43-8. 


Pol iti cal Thought of the Ukrainian 
Underground 

Also in 1986, CIUS published Political 
Thought of the Ukrainian Underground 
1943-1951, edited by Peter J. Potichnyj and 
Yevhen Shtendera. The struggle of the 
Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA) against the 
Nazi and Soviet occupations of Ukraine, 
which lasted for almost a decade, was 
comparable in scale to the largest European 
resistance movements. Because it failed to 
establish an independent state, however, the 
Ukrainian resistance remains little known in 
the West. In the USSR, on the other hand, 
its continuing importance is shown by the 
authorities’ incessant propaganda campaign 
against Ukrainian nationalism and by the 
numerous executions of UPA veterans, 
which have continued into the 1980s. 

For the first time in English, this 
406-page volume brings together a rich 
collection of analytical essays and 
programmatic statements written by those 
involved directly in the struggle. The essays 
provide a thorough discussion of the 
problems facing the Ukrainian insurgents: 
imperialist plans and occupation policies, 
ideological questions, and the formulation 
of strategy and tactics. Seven programmatic 


statements complete the collection. The 
volume contains a historical introduction and 
is fully annotated. It is available in a 
clothbound edition for $24.95, ISBN 
920862-45-4. 


Social Change and National Consciousness 
in 20th Century Ukraine 

CIUS has published a paperback edition 
of Bohdan Krawchenko’s book Social 
Change and National Consciousness in 20th 
Century Ukraine. Published in hard copy by 
the Macmillan Press, London and St. Martin’s 
Press, New York in 1985, the 333-page 
book is the first social history of twentieth 
century Ukraine. It examines the effects of 
social and political change on the national 
consciousness of Ukrainian workers, 
peasants, the intelligentsia and political elite. 
The CIUS edition will be available in Canada 
only for $19.95, ISBN 0-920862-46-2. 


Ukraine during World War / / 

CIUS has reprinted Ukraine during 
World War II: History and Its Aftermath , 
edited by Yury Boshyk. The volume 
discusses topics such as the Soviet and Nazi 
occupations of Ukraine; Jewish-Ukrainian 
relations during the period; and Ukrainian 
participation in the German armed forces 
and civil administration. The first printing of 
2,750 copies sold out within a few months. 
The book is available for $ 19.95 (cloth) and 
$9.95 (paper). ISBN 920862-37-3 (cloth), 
920862-36-5 (paper). 

Modern Ukrainian 

CIUS has issued a second edition of 
Assya Humesky’s Modern Ukrainian one 
of the most comprehensive Ukrainian 


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grammars available. The book is divided into 
twenty lessons that make it a most useful 
textbook for schools and colleges. It is 438 
pages in length and available in paperback 
for $8.00. 

All the above books may be ordered from: 

University of Toronto Press Distribution 

Department 

5201 Dufferin Street 

Downsview, Ontario 

M3H 5T8 

New Research Report 

CIUS recently published a new 
research report. The fourteenth in the 
series was Ukrainski kompozytory 
(Ukrainian composers) by Mariia Dytyniak, a 
160-page biographical guide to Ukrainian 
composers, past and present, in both 
Ukraine and in the emigration. It is available 
for $ 1 1.00, from the Canadian Institute of 
Ukrainian Studies, University of Alberta, 
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T6G 2E8. 


News 


CIUS ADVISORY COUNCIL APPOINTED 

Dr. Baha Abu-Laban, Associate 
Vice-President (Research), University of 
Alberta has appointed the following to a 
two-year term on the CIUS Advisory 
Council: Dr. J.P. Himka (History, chairman). 
Dr. 0. Ilnytzkyj (Slavic and East European 
Studies), Dr. M.R. Lupul (Educational 
Foundations), Mr. Alan Rutkowski (University 
of Alberta Library), Mr. John Sokolowski 
(Alberta Education) and Dr. D.H. Struk (Slavic 


Languages and Literatures, University of 
Toronto and Managing Editor, Encyclopedia 
of Ukraine). Under the new terms, the 
Council is “to advise on policies and 
programmes” for CIUS and can “appoint 
task forces, as needed to assist the 
Director on specific problems and 
projects.” The Director, Dr. Bohdan 
Krawchenko, and the Vice-President 
(Research) or designee are ex-officio 
members of the Council. 


BEQUESTS RECEIVED 

Recently CIUS was the grateful 
recipient of two bequests: $30,000 from 
the estate of the late Mr. George Deba of 
Vancouver, B.C.; and $2,000 from the 
estate of the late Mrs. Katherine Ursula 
Miskew. Both bequests will be used to 
establish an endowment fund to promote 
Ukrainian studies research and publications. 

George Deba, who died in Vancouver 
on 2 January 1986, was born in the village 
of Havrylivka in Bukovyna on 1 April 1914. 
He served in the Romanian army during the 
war. He came to Canada in 1948 and 
established a construction firm in 
Vancouver. Mr. Deba became widely known 
last year, when he funded a monument in 
Jerusalem dedicated to the memory of 
Ukrainian and Jewish victims of the Soviet 
and Nazi regimes. 

Mr. Deba was a benefactor of many 
Ukrainian causes, and substantial bequests 
from his estate were given to a number of 
Ukrainian institutions. 

The bequests have been submitted to 
the University of Alberta Fund Development 
Office, which has applied for matching fund 
from the Government of Alberta “Advanced 
Education Endowment and Incentive Fund.” 
This fund matches cash endowments on a 


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two to one ratio. Consequently, the above 
bequests will result in a $96,000 
endowment fund to be administered by 
CIUS. 


UKRAINIAN STUDIES AT CAS 
CONFERENCE 1986 

The annual conference of the Canadian 
Association of Slavists (CAS) took place 
from 7 to 9 June 1986 at the University of 
Manitoba, Winnipeg. During the conference 
the following papers were delivered on 
Ukrainian topics: 

Modern Ukrainian Literature 
“Reason and Irrational in Vynnychenko’s 
Notebooks of a Snub-Nosed 
Mephistophe/es ,” R. Bahrij-Pikulyk (York) 
“The Beginnings of Expressionism in 
Ukrainian Literature,” H. Muchin (Alberta) 
“Galician Elements in the Works of Bruno 
Schulz,” B. Budurowycz (Toronto) 

“Ivan Franko and ‘Moloda Muza’,” M. 
Horban-Carynnyk (Toronto) 

Political Theory in Ukraine 

“The Nationalist Theory of the State,” M. 

Yurkevych (Alberta) 

“The Economic Programmes of Ukrainian 
National Communism During the 1920s,” 
Bohdan Somchynsky (Glasgow) 

“The Origins of the Autonomist Tradition of 
Ukrainian Political Thought,” S. Velychenko 
(York) 

“Theoretical Constructs in the Development 
of Soviet Nationality Policy: The Role of 
Ukraine,” Roman Solchanyk (Munich) 

Women Workers and School ing in Western 
Canada: The Ukrainian Experience 
“Interviews with Ukrainian Students and 
Teachers, 1904-1940,” Neil McDonald 
(Manitoba) 

“The Education of Ukrainian Children 
Viewed from the Perspective of 


Immigrants,” Stella Hryniuk (Manitoba) 

Slavic Li ngui sties 

“Ukrainian Accentuation Patterns,” A. 
Hornjatkevyc (Alberta) 

Mennonites and Ukrainians: in Honour of 
the 200th Anniversary of Mennonite 
Settlement in Ukraine 
“Russian Attitudes Toward Mennonite 
Colonists, 1789-1850,” K.A. Papmehl 
(Western Ontario) 

“Mennonites in Ukraine, 1789-1943,” G.K. 
Epp (Winnipeg) 

The Ukrainian Heritage 

“The Depiction of Ukrainians in Canadian 

Protestant Publications, 1900-1925,” 

Vivian Olender (Centre for Ukrainian 
Canadian Studies) 

“Religious Printing in the Kievan 
Metropolitanate during the XVIIIth Century,” 
Roman Yereniuk (St. Andrew’s College) 
“Archbishop Adelard Langevin and the 
Ukrainians, 1897-1913,” Walter Senchuk 
(Centre for Ukrainian Canadian Studies) 
“Peter Mohyla and the Zaporozhian 
Cossacks,” Alexander Baran (Manitoba) 

“The Ukrainian Immigrant in Canada as 
Depicted in Ivakh’s Hoios Zemii and Kiriak’s 
Syny zemii ,” Alexandra Pawlowsky (Centre 
for Ukrainian Canadian Studies) 

“The Anti-Vynnychenko Literary Critics, 
1903-1933,” Peter Zalucky (Centre for 
Ukrainian Canadian Studies) 

Ukrainians in Canada Before World War i 
“Stereotyping by the Crown: Official 
Perceptions of Ukrainian Immigrants in the 
Formative Years of Ukrainian Settlement in 
Western Canada, 1892-1900,” John C. 

Lehr (Winnipeg) 

“The Ukrainian Socialist Movement in Canada 
to 1918,” Orest Martynowych (Alberta) 
“Unfriendly Competitors: Jews, Ukrainians 
and Municipal Politics in Winnipeg’s Ward 5, 


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191 1-1914,” Henry Trachtenberg (Historic 
Resources, Manitoba) 

Ukrainian Literature 
“The Poems and Love Letters of Hetman 
Ivan Mazepa,” Y. Slavutych (Alberta) 
“Ukrainian Translations of Paul Valery’s 
Poems,” 0. Zujewsky (Alberta) 

“The Theme of the ‘Native Land’ in the New 
York Group of Poets,” J. Wasyluk 
(Manitoba) 

Ukrainian Shakespeare Society 
“30th Anniversary of the Ukrainian 
Shakespeare Society: Recollections,” 

J.B. Rudnyckyj (Montreal) 

“ Henry IV in Ukrainian Translation by 
T. Os’machka,” W.T. Zyla (Texas Tech.) 
“Shakespearian Sonnets in Ukrainian 
Literature,” Dan B. Chopyk (Utah) 

Slavic Library Resources in the Winnipeg 
Area 

“St. Andrew’s College,” Raisa Moroz (St. 
Andrew’s) 

“Ukrainian Cultural and Education Centre 
(Oseredok),” Tamara Chomenko (Oseredok) 
“UVAN Library and Archives,” Lev Negrych 
(Manitoba) 

“Ivan Franko Library,” Anton Bilecky (AUUC) 

Slavic Art and Architecture in Canada 
“William Kurelek as Multicultural Artist,” 

A. Arnold 

“Onion Domes, Belltowers and Cupolas: A 
Study of the Evolution of Traditional 
Styles,” B. Rotoff (Manitoba) 

Bibliographical Reviews and Projects 
“Ukrainian Encyclopedias: Critical Review,” 
Wasyl Veryha (Toronto) 

“Literature in Translation,” Oksana Piaseckyj 
(Ottawa) 

“Ukrainian Canadian Literature and Folklore: 
A Project,” J. Muchin (Manitoba) 


NEW MULTICULTURALISM PROJECT AT 
GRANT MACEWAN COMMUNITY 
COLLEGE 

An innovative venture in the field of 
multiculturalism, headed by Dr. Roman 
Petryshyn, has been initiated at Grant 
MacEwan Community College (GMCC), 
Edmonton, Alberta. This year-long project 
to develop multicultural policy and 
programming, the first of its kind in Canada, 
began in June 1986. Petryshyn, as Grant 
MacEwan Community College’s Multicultural 
Advisor, has a longstanding interest in 
multicultural development at the community 
level. Formerly a CIUS research associate, 
he then became Director of the Northern 
Branch in the Cultural Heritage Division, 
Alberta Culture, where he administered 
grant, education information and community 
consulting programme. 

Petryshyn will be organizing the first 
province-wide Summer School for Ethnic 
Dance to provide an opportunity for 
dancers, managers and support personnel 
to receive college-level instruction. He will 
also survey heritage art instructors 
throughout Alberta and market selected 
GMCC credit and non-credit courses to 
ethnocultural organizations. Currently there 
are about 750 ethnocultural organizations in 
Edmonton alone, many of which are 
involved in the arts. 

In September 1986, a GMCC Policy 
Task Force on Multiculturalism was 
established including deans and 
representatives from the College’s 
Divisions — Performing, Visual and 
Communication Arts, Academic, Business, 
Community and Health Services — and 
government and community representatives. 
It is to examine the College’s past and 
potential involvement in multiculturalism, 
identifying personnel, resources and 
facilities suitable for this type of 


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programming, and consult with community 
groups on their post-secondary needs. Dr. 
Petryshyn has been joined by Lida 
Somchynsky, also a former CIUS staff 
member. The GMCC office issues a 
newsletter — GMCC Multicultural 
News — every two months to inform 
readers of further developments. Further 
information may be obtained from: 

Grant MacEwan Community College 

Jasper Place Campus 

Box 1796 

Edmonton, Alberta 

T5J 2P2 

Tel: (403) 483-4424 or 483-4474 


EVENING COURSES IN UKRAINIAN 
HISTORY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF 
ALBERTA 

On Tuesday evenings during the 
academic year, from 6 to 9 pm, courses in 
Ukrainian history are offered at the 
University of Alberta. The courses are 
taught by Dr. John-Paul Himka in the Tory 
Building (either room 2-44 or 2-58). Five 
courses succeed one another each term in 
the following order: Ancient and Medieval 
Ukraine (to c. 1350); Ukraine in Early 
Modern Times (c. 1350-1800); 
Nineteenth-Century Ukraine (c. 1800-1920); 
Twentieth-Century Ukraine (c. 

1920-present); and Topics in Ukrainian 
History (a seminar on a special theme 
designated in advance; this term, for 
example, the theme is church history). 

In the winter semester of 1987 
(January-April), the course on Ancient and 
Medieval Ukraine will be offered. This series 
of lectures and slide presentations will deal 
with Ukraine in ancient times, the origins of 
the Kievan Rus’ state, its flourishing and 
decline, the Mongol invasion and the division 
of Ukrainian lands among foreign powers. 


primarily Poland and Lithuania. Special 
emphases include culture and everyday life 
in the Ukrainian middle ages as well as the 
conversion of Ukrainians to Christianity by 
Grand Prince Volodymyr in 988. The 
lectures run from 13 January to 31 March. 
The course. History 333, is to be located in 
Tory 2-58. 


Ukrainian history courses are being 
offered in the evening to allow interested 
members of the public the opportunity to 
attend (on the same principle, general East 
European courses are offered on Thursday 
evenings). To audit the course, i.e., to 
attend the lectures without taking the 
examinations, writing a paper or receiving 
university credit, one must pick up an 
“auditor’s form” from the receptionist on 
the main floor of the Administration Building 
between 5 and 16 January (it is advisable to 
pick up the form as close to 5 January as 
possible). The fee for a one-semester 
course (a so-called half-course) is $52. 
Questions about registration procedures can 
be directed to the university’s Office of the 
Registrar (432-31 13). Inquiries about the 
course should be directed to Dr. Himka 
(432-3543); messages may be left with the 
history department (432-3270). 


Schedule of 
13 January 
20 January 
27 January 
3 February 
24 February 
3 March: 
10 March: 

17 March: 

24 March: 
31 March: 


Lectures, January-March 7 987 
Ukraine in Ancient Times 
The Origins of Rus’ 

The Conversion to Christianity 
: The Age of laroslav the Wise 
: The Decline of Kievan Rus’ 
The Mongol Invasion 
The Kingdom of 
Galicia-Volhynia 
The Division of the Kievan 
Legacy 

The High Culture of Rus’ 

Daily Life in Rus’ 


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UKRAINIAN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 
COMMITTEE RELEASES REPORT 

Building the Future: Ukrainian 
Canadians in the 2 1st Century — A 
Blueprint for Action is the title of a report 
recently released by the Ukrainian 
Community Development Committee (UCDC). 
UCDC was created by the Ukrainian Canadian 
Committee (National Headquarters, 

Winnipeg) in March 1982, to address the 
future development of the Ukrainian 
community in Canada. The focus of UCDC 
was deliberately confined to the three 
Prairie provinces, where Ukrainian Canadians 
are most numerous. The report presents an 
in-depth analysis of the history of Ukrainian 
settlement in the Prairies, and current 
problems facing the community, and pays 
particular attention to the arts, 
communication and education. It also draws 
a blueprint for action in each of the areas 
addressed. The document is the result of an 
in-depth study of the Ukrainian community 
undertaken by UCDC, which involved 
conferences, analyses of census data and 
of a questionnaire administered in 1983-4 
to Ukrainian community organizations in the 
Prairies. Published in English, Ukrainian and 
French, copies of the report can be 
obtained from the following: 

Provincial Council, Ukrainian Canadian 

Committee 

1 355 Main Street 

Winnipeg, Manitoba 

R2W 3T7 

P.0. Box 141 
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan 
S7K 3K4 

#202, 10852-97 Street 
Edmonton, Alberta 
T5H 2M5 


JOURNAL OF UKRAINIAN STUDIES 
TRANSFERRED TO EDMONTON 

In the summer of 1986, the editorial 
office of the Journal of Ukrainian Studies 
was transferred from the University of 
Toronto to CIUS. Roman Senkus, who has 
edited the journal since its inception in 
1976, will now work full-time as chief 
manuscript editor of the Encyclopedia of 
Ukraine. The new editor of JUS is CIUS 
research associate Myroslav Yurkevich. 

Issue 19 of the journal was published 
in September. It contains the following 
articles: 

Bohdan S. Kordan, with the assistance 
of Rita F. Chow, “Ukrainians and the 
1981 Canada Census Ethnic-Origin 
Question”; 

Robert B. Klymasz, “Male and Female 
Principles as Structure in the Ritual 
Foodways of Ukrainians in Canada”; 
laroslav Hordynsky, “Zhinoche pytannia 
v povisti Radianskoi Ukrainy” (Part 1); 
Valeriian Pidmohylny, “Vania,” 
translated by Maxim Tarnawsky; 

Marta Tarnawsky, “Ukrainian Literature 
in English Published since 1980” (Part 
1 ); 

Stephen Velychenko, “The Official 
Soviet View of Ukrainian 
Historiography.” 

The annual subscription rate has been 
increased to $ 10.00 for individuals and 
$ 15.00 for libraries and institutions. 
Cheques and money orders should be sent 
to: Journal of Ukrainian Studies, Canadian 
Institute of Ukrainian Studies, 352 
Athabasca Hall, University of Alberta, 
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T6G 2E8. 
Subscriptions outside Canada are payable in 
U.S. funds. 


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LUPUL ON STUDY LEAVE SAUNDERS AWARDED ANTONOVYCH 

PRIZE 



Dr. Manoly Lupul, CIUS director from 1976 
to 1986, is currently on a year’s study 
leave. In September 1987 he will return to 
the Department of Educational Foundations 
University of Alberta, where he is a 
specialist on the development of education 
in Canada, with special reference to 
multiculturalism and the education of 
minorities in western Canada. He has been 
appointed a member of the CIUS Advisory 
Council. 


In May 1986, the fourth Antonovych 
prize in Ukrainian studies was awarded to 
Dr. David Saunders, Department of History, 
University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 

England, for his book. The Ukrainian 
impact on Russian Culture, 1750-1 850 , 
published by CIUS in 1985. The prize, which 
consists of a citation and the sum of 
$5,000, is awarded annually by the Omeljan 
and Tatiana Antonovych Foundation 
(Washington, D.C.) to the author of an 
outstanding work in any language on a topic 
in Ukrainian studies (history, history of 
literature, linguistics, art history or literary 
criticism). Members of the 1986 Awards 
Committee were Bohdan Rubchak (University 
of Illinois at Chicago), Roman Szporluk 
(University of Michigan), Jaroslaw Pelenski 
(University of Iowa) and John Fizer (Rutgers 
University). 


ARCHIVES ACQUIRED 

Earlier this year, CIUS acquired two 
archives which have now been deposited 
with the University of Alberta. The first, 
donated by Mr. Bohdan Hoshowsky of 
Toronto, is the archive of luliian Vassyian 
(1894-1953), a prominent writer on 
philosophical subjects and ideologue of the 
Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists. 
Included are manuscripts of Vassyian’s 
articles (some of which have never been 
published), research notes, photographs and 
correspondence. The second is the archive 
of the outstanding Sovietologist Borys 
Lewytzkyj (1915-84), which includes 
offprints of his newspaper and journal 
articles, as well as rare political journals of 
the 1940s and 1950s. 


Scholars wishing to use this material 
may obtain further information from Mr. 


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James Parker, University Archivist, 
University of Alberta Archives, 1-05C 
Rutherford Library South, University of 
Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2E8. 


DICTIONARIES MICROFILMED 

In October 1985, the CIUS 
Newsletter informed readers of the 
University of Alberta’s acquisition of a 
microfilm collection of rare Ukrainian 
terminological dictionaries from Mr. 
Mykhailo Pezhansky of Long Island City, 
New York. Thanks to the generosity of Dr. 
Marko Antonovych of Montreal, CIUS has 
been able to film three more dictionaries 
for the university’s collection: 

V. Dubrovsky, Moskovsko-ukrai nska 
frazeo/ohiia (Kiev, 1917). 

N. Kovaievska-Koroliva, Keshenkovyi 
chesko-ukrai nskyi s/ovnyk (Prague, 
1920). 

V. Pidmohylny and le. Pluzhnyk, 

Frazeo/ohiia di/ovoi movy (Kiev, 
1924). 


CIUS would greatly appreciate the 
co-operation of other bibliophiles who 
possess rare Ukrainian and Ukrainian 
Canadian material and are willing to make it 
available for microfilming. All material will 
be treated with the utmost care and 
returned promptly upon the completion of 
filming. 


MISYLO AWARDED CENKO PRIZE 

The sixth annual Cenko prize in 
Ukrainian bibliography, established at the 
Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute by Dr. 
Mykola and the late Volodymyra Cenko of 


Philadelphia, was recently awarded to levhen 
Misylo (Eugeniusz Misito), a research 
associate of the Polish Academy of 
Sciences in Warsaw. Mr. Misylo was 
presented with $ 1,000 for his “Bibliohrafiia 
ukrainskoi presy v Polshchi (1918-39) i 
Zakhidno-Ukrainskii Narodnii Respublitsi 
(1918-19)” (Bibliography of the Ukrainian 
Press in Poland (1918-39) and in the 
Western Ukrainian People’s Republic 
(1918-19)). The work provides a 
bibliographic description of 1,210 
newspapers, journals, annual almanacs and 
reports published in Ukrainian or by 
Ukrainians. The entries include brief 
annotations and holdings information for 
volumes preserved in libraries and archives, 
primarily in Poland. At present, the 
bibliography is available only in typescript, 
since the Cenko prize is awarded only for 
unpublished work. The bibliography will be 
published by CIUS in 1987. 


ENCYCLOPEDIA OF UKRAINE PROJECT 

The Encyclopedia of Ukraine will be 
the most advanced reference work on 
Ukraine in the English language. Volume one 
of the five-volume set was published by the 
University of Toronto Press in the fall of 
1984. It contains approximately 3,000 
entries in nearly 1,000 pages, 450 black 
and white illustrations, 150 plates, and 
several maps, many in colour. Most entry 
titles are given in English with the Ukrainian 
equivalent in parentheses; if the title or 
name is also well known in another 
language, that is included. Basically two 
transliteration systems are used for words 
and names from the Cyrillic alphabet: the 
Library of Congress system (in the modified 
form throughout and in the strict form in 
bibliographies) and the International 
Linguistic system, used to give the phonetic 
equivalents of Ukrainian entry titles. 


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ENCYCLOPEDIA OF UKRAINE 


Editorial Staff 

Danylo Husar Struk Managing Editor 

Editorial Board 

Oleksa Bilaniuk Bohdan Krawchenko 

Manoly Lupul Vasyl Markus 

Danylo Husar Struk Arkadii Joukovsky 

Project Advisory Committee 


Atanas Figol 

Shevchenko Scientific Society 

Manoly Lupul 

Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies 

John Stashuk 

Canadian Foundation of Ukrainian 
Studies 

Subject Editors 

Art 

Sviatoslav Hordynsky; Sofiia Yaniv 

Biology 

Chrystyna Spolsky 

Chemistry 

Svyatoslav Trofimenko 

Church 

Bohdan R. Bociurkiw; Vasyl Markus; 
Arkadii Joukovsky 

Diaspora 

Manoly Lupul; Vasyl Markus 

Education 

Bohdan Krawchenko 

Economics 

Ivan Koropeckyj; Bohdan Krawchenko 

Ethnography, Folklore 

Mykola Hnatiukivsky 

Geography 

Ihor Stebelsky 

History 

Oleksander Ohloblyn; Arkadii 
Joukovsky 

Law, Political Science 

Vasyl Markus 

Linguistics 

George Y. Shevelov 

Literature 

Ivan Koshelivets; Danylo Husar Struk 

Mathematics 

Volodymyr Petryshyn 

Medical Science 

Heinrich Schultz 

Military History 

Petro Sodol 

Music 

Roman Savytsky; Vasyl Vytvytsky 

Physics 

Oleksa Bilaniuk 

Press 

Sofiia Yaniv 

Sociology 

Bohdan Krawchenko 

Sport 

Osyp Zinkevych 

Technology 

Liubomyr Onyshkevych 

Theatre 

Valerian Revutsky 

Office Staff 

Boris Balan 

Project Co-ordinator; Editor 

Ivan Ochrymowicz 

Computer Operator; Translator 

Mary Pasieka 

Computer Operator; Secretary 

Roman Senkus 

Chief Manuscript Editor 

Taras Zakydalsky 

Translator; Editor 

Roma Yanchinski 

Research; Writer 


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The first volume was accompanied by 
a Map and Gazetteer as a supplement to all 
the volumes of the encyclopedia. Compiled 
by V. Kubijovyc and A. Joukovsky, the 
volume presents a beautifully produced 
colour map that clearly indicates not only 
the provincial and political borders of the 
present Ukrainian SSR, but also the 
ethnographic borders of the Ukrainian 
people. Comprehensive statistics 
concerning the population of Ukraine and 
Ukrainians abroad, as well as the index and 
explanatory tables, make the map easy to 
use. The first print-run of volume one, 
totalling 5,000 copies, was sold out within 
three months. A second printing has attained 
similar success. 

The Encyclopedia of Ukraine is, in 
part, a translation and revision of the 
ten-volume Ukrainian-ianguage edition (nine 
volumes have appeared so far), 

Entsyk/opedi ia ukrai noznavstva, a work 
initiated 35 years ago by the Shevchenko 
Scientific Society, the oldest Ukrainian 
scholarly assocation. It was edited, until his 
death in 1985, by Volodymyr Kubijovyc, the 
distinguished Ukrainian scholar and 
geographer who lived in Sarcelles, France. 
The Ukrainian encyclopedia is to be 
completed under the editorship of Arkadii 
Joukovsky, Vasyl Markus and Sofiia Yaniv. 
Work on the English-language encyclopedia 
will be co-ordinated by the director of the 
Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, 
Bohdan Krawchenko. He will act as liaison 
between the Shevchenko Scientific Society 
centre in Sarcelles and the encyclopedia’s 
editorial office in Toronto. Editorial 
reponsibilities will be the responsibility of 
the Toronto office director and managing 
editor, Danylo Husar Struk. Other members 
of the editorial board are Oleksa Bilaniuk 
(Philadelphia), Bohdan Krawchenko 
(Edmonton), Manoly Lupul (Edmonton), Vasyl 
Markus (Chicago), and Arkadii Joukovsky 
(Sarcelles). 


The Encyclopedia of Ukraine should 
be completed by 1992, the centennial of 
Ukrainian settlement in Canada. The work 
will contain in total about 20,000 entries 
which fall roughly into four groups: 

1 . Entries on Ukraine’s geography and 
natural environment, 
geographical-historical regions, 
archeology and history, jurisprudence, 
churches, language and literature, 
education, art, theatre, music and 
economy. 

2. Entries surveying the development of 
various scholarly disciplines in Ukraine, 
including those not dealing with 
Ukraine specifically but with technical 
and scientific subjects such as 
anthropology, botany, zoology, 
chemistry, physics, medicine and 
economic studies. 

3. Entries dealing with Ukraine’s relations 
with other countries, contacts 
between Ukrainians and other peoples 
and nations, in the past and present, 
countries to which Ukrainians have 
emigrated, and national minorities in 
Ukraine. 

4. Entries on individual events, places, 
institutions, periodicals and 
publications, associations and 
organizations. 

Copies can be purchased for $ 1 15.00 
at the University of Toronto Bookstore, at 
various Ukrainian bookstores in Toronto and 
elsewhere, and by mail from: Canadian 
Foundation of Ukrainian Studies, Box 205, 
133 West 5th Avenue, Vancouver, B.C., 
V5Y 3X1. 


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SAVARYN RETIRES AS CHANCELLOR 



Peter Savaryn has retired as Chancellor of 
the University of Alberta. Mr. Savaryn, the 
university’s twelfth Chancellor, played a 
major role in the establishment of CIUS. He 
is president of the World Congress of Free 
Ukrainians. 


CIUS SUMMER RESEARCH PROJECTS 

During the summer of 1986, CIUS 
sponsored a number of research projects. 
Mr. Wiktor Holowacz was employed as an 
Archives Intern at the Public Archives of 
Canada preparing an inventory of the 
Ukrainian Canadian Veterans’ Association 
collection under the supervision of Mr. 
Myron Momryk. Ms. Natalia Chomiak and 
Ms. Chrystia Freeland were employed as 
research assistants as part of the 
Government of Canada Summer 
Employment / Experience Development 
programme. Ms. Chomiak, a resident of 
Ottawa, under the direction of Orest 


Martynowych and David Lupul, CIUS 
research associates, examined various 
archives pertaining to Ukrainian Canadians in 
the pre-First World War period. Ms. 
Freeland, supervised by Dr. Bohdan 
Krawchenko, wrote entries for the second 
volume of the Encyclopedia of Ukraine. 


NEW AT THE ULRC 

During the summer, CIUS’ Ukrainian 
Language Resource Centre (ULRC) acquired a 
number of new films and videotapes from 
Ukraine. Among them are several feature 
films, including Povernennia Baterfiiai 
(Return of the Butterfly — glimpses from the 
life of the singer Solomiia Krushelnytska), 
/van Franko, O/eksa Dovbush, and others. 
The ULRC has also obtained a large number 
of short films, such as Petrykivskyi 
rozpysl A Rainbow of Colour (an 
examination of folk paintings from the 
village of Petrykivka), istoriia odnoho 
pamiatnyka (the history of the Church of 
the Dormition in Lviv), Ptakhy ietiat nadi 
mnoiui Birds Flying Overhead (a biography 
of the filmmaker Oleksandr Dovzhenko), and 
many others. These shorts are available 
either with a Ukrainian soundtrack, an 
English soundtrack, or with both. 

CIUS is preparing a new revised 
version of its audiovisual catalogue, which 
will include a complete list of these 
holdings. This catalogue may be obtained 
gratis by the end of the calendar year from: 

Ukrainian Language Resource Centre 
Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies 
335 Athabasca Hall 
University of Alberta 
Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2E8 

Materials from the ULRC can be borrowed 
free of charge for a 14-day period. Out of 
town borrowers will be requested to pay 
shipping and insurance charges both ways. 


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SCHOLARSHIPS AND FELLOWSHIPS AWARDED 1986-7 


Undergraduate Scholarships 


Name 


University 


Programme 


Palichuk, Linda K. 
Popiwchak, Maria 
Tarnowski, Rosanne T. 


Alberta 

Alberta 

Saskatchewan 


Ukrainian 

Language / Literature 
Ukrainian 

Language / Literature 
Ukrainian 

Language / Literature 


Masters' Thesis Fellowships 


Name University Programme Supervisor 

Dunn-Harding, Olya York History 0. Subtelny 

(Thesis topic: "Tensions between Moderates and Extremists in Interwar Eastern Galicia") 

Stech, Marko R. Toronto Ukrainian Literature D.H. Struk 

(Thesis topic: "Eaghor Kostetzky as a Dramatist") 


Doctoral Thesis Fellowships 


Darewych, Daria London Art History T.H. Gretton 

(Thesis topic: "New Trends in Contemporary Soviet Ukrainian Painting") 

Jaworsky, John Carleton Political Science B. Bociurkiw 

(Thesis topic: "The “Ethnic Factor” and Inter-Ethnic Relations in Soviet Dissent") 

Klid, Bohdan W. Alberta History J.-P. Himka 

(Thesis topic: "Populism in Ukraine, 1860-1890") 

Somchynsky, Bohdan Glasgow Political Economy H. Ticktin 

(Thesis topic: "Ukrainian Economic Development and the Origins of Soviet Internal 
Colonialism") 


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1987 NEPORANY POSTDOCTORAL 
FELLOW 



The Canadian Foundation for Ukrainian 
Studies is pleased to announce that Bohdan 
Kordan is the recipient of the 1987 
Neporany Postdoctoral Fellowship. The 
fellowship was awarded on the basis of his 
dissertation “Canada and the Ukrainian Ethnic 
Problem, 1939-45: A Study in Statecraft,” 
which examines and analyzes the nature of 
Canadian government policy toward the 
Ukrainian minority in Canada during the 
Second World War. 

Mr. Kordan holds a B.A. (hons.) from 
the University of Toronto, and an M.A. 
from Carleton University. He will receive 
his Ph.D. from Arizona State University in 
the autumn of 1986. 


CIUS SEMINARS: 1986-7 

Friday, 26 September 1986 

Jaroslaw Iwanus (Department of History, 
University of Alberta) 

“Ukraine's Medieval Heritage in the 
Thought of Mykola Kostomarov” 

Friday, 24 October 1986 

Dr. Dmytro Shtohryn (Slavic and East 

European Division, University of Illinois 
Library) 

“Literary Research Methods of the 
Kievan Neoclassical School” 

(In Ukrainian) 

Friday, 28 November 1986 

Rev. Serge Keleher (Archpriest, Eparchy of 
Toronto and Eastern Canada) 

“The Vatican's Eastern Policy” 

Friday, 12 December 1986 

Dr. David Marples (Research Associate, 

Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies) 
“Chernobyl and Nuclear Power in the 
USSR” 

Friday, 30 January 1987 

Dr. Stanistaw Baranczak (Department of 
Slavic Languages and Literatures, 
Harvard University) 

“The Ukrainian Theme in Modern Polish 
Poetry” 

Friday, 27 February 1987 

Dr. Roman Petryshyn (Multicultural Advisor, 
Grant MacEwan Community College) 
“Ukrainian Cultural Development in 
Alberta: A Vision for the Future” 


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Friday , 10 April 1987 

Mark Bandera (Department of Slavic and 
East European Studies, University of 
Alberta) 

“Ukrainian Instrumental Folk Music in 
Western Canada” 

All seminars will be held at 7:30 p.m. in 
Heritage Lounge, Athabasca Hall, University 
of Alberta. 


GRADUATE DEGREES AWARDED AT 
UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA 

Three graduate degrees in Ukrainian 
studies were awarded recently at the 
University of Alberta. Halyna Muchin 
received a Ph.D. in the Department of Slavic 
and East European Studies for a dissertation 
on “Populism and Modernistic Tendencies in 
Ukrainian Literature.” 

Anne Biscoe obtained an M.A. from 
the Department of Political Science for her 
thesis on “Internal Colonialism in the USSR: 
The Case of Soviet Ukraine.” 

Jaroslaw Iwanus received an M.A. 
from the Department of History. His thesis 
was entitled “Democracy, Federalism, and 
Nationality: Ukraine’s Medieval Heritage in 
the Thought of N.l. Kostomarov.” 


CENTENNIAL HISTORY PROJECT 
RECEIVES GRANT 

The Ukrainian Canadian Centennial 
History Project has received a $20,000 
grant from the Multiculturalism Sector, 
Secretary of State, Government of Canada. 
The cheque and letter from the Hon. David 
Crombie, Minister Responsible for 
Multiculturalism, were presented to CIUS 
Director Bohdan Krawchenko by Mr. Jim 


Edwards, MP for Edmonton South, on 25 
September 1986. The grant will be used to 
defray some of the research costs involved 
in preparing the first volume of the history 
of Ukrainians in Canada. 


GRADUATE STUDENTS IN UKRAINIAN 
STUDIES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF 
ALBERTA 

During the 1986*7 academic year, 
fourteen graduate students are involved in 
Ukrainian studies at the University of 
Alberta, including: 

5 in Ukrainian Folklore (2 at Ph.D. level); 4 in 
Ukrainian Literature (2 at Ph.D. level); 4 in 
Ukrainian History (2 at Ph.D. level); 1 in East 
European and Soviet Studies (M.A.); 1 in 
Political Science (M.A.); 1 in Ukrainian 
Canadian history (Ph.D. level). 


People 


JOHN-PAUL HSMKA 

In November 1985, Dr. Himka, 
assistant professor of history at the 
University of Alberta, was chosen as one of 
the recipients of the Seventh Lesia and 
Petro Kovalev Award of the Ukrainian 
National Women’s League of America. He 
received one of two second prizes awarded 
($ 1,000 U.S.) for his book Socialism in 
Galicia, which was published by the Harvard 
Ukrainian Research Institute in 1983. 

In May 1986, Dr. Himka completed a 
book-length manuscript entitled “The 
Awakening Village,” an investigation of how 
the peasantry of Galicia arrived at a 


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Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies 

University of Alberta 


Leo J. Krysa Family Foundation 


Undergraduate Scholarships 

to be awarded in 1987 


IN EDUCATION, HISTORY, HUMANITIES, SOCIAL SCIENCES 

• The Institute invites applications for three undergraduate scholarships, each to a maximum of 
$2,500. The awards are intended for senior students interested in an undergraduate degree 
with an emphasis on Ukrainian studies, through a combination of courses in Ukrainian and 
East European, Soviet or Canadian studies in an Arts or Education programme. 

• The scholarships are for an eight-month period of study at any Canadian university. 

• Candidates must be Canadian citizens or landed immigrants at the time of application. 

• Only in exceptional circumstances may an award be held concurrently with other awards. 


CLOSING DATE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATION IS 31 JANUARY 1987 


• For applications write to: 

Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies 
352 Athabasca Hall 
University of Alberta 
Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2E8 


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Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies 

University of Alberta 

Master’s and Doctoral 
Fellowships 

to be awarded in 1987 

IN EDUCATION, HISTORY, HUMANITIES, LAW, SOCIAL SCIENCES, LIBRARY SCIENCES 

• The Institute invites applications for two Master’s Thesis Fellowships ($4,500 each), non- 
renewable, and three Doctoral Thesis Fellowships ($8,000 each), renewable. The awards 
are intended to aid students to complete theses on Ukrainian or Ukrainian Canadian topics in 
the above disciplines. Fellowships will be awarded only in the thesis year of an academic 
programme and only for thesis work. 

• Canadian citizens or landed immigrants may hold the fellowships at any institution of higher 
learning in Canada or elsewhere. 

• For non-Canadian applicants, preference will be given to students enrolled at the University of 
Alberta. 

• Only in exceptional circumstances may an award be held concurrently with other awards. 

CLOSING DATE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATION IS 31 JANUARY 1987 

• For applications write to: 

Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies 
352 Athabasca Hall 
University of Alberta 
Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2E8 


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Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies 

University of Alberta 

INVITES APPLICATIONS FOR 

Research Grants 

IN UKRAINIAN AND UKRAINIAN CANADIAN STUDIES IN HISTORY, LITERATURE, LANGUAGE, 
EDUCATION, SOCIAL SCIENCES, LIBRARY SCIENCES. 

Application forms and the “Guide to Research Applicants” are available from: 

Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies 
352 Athabasca Hall 
University of Alberta 
Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2E8 

Deadlines for applications are 1 April and 1 December. 


Ukrainian national consciousness. The 
research for this book was supported by 
grants from the Canadian Foundation for 
Ukrainian Studies (Neporany Postdoctoral 
Fellowship) and the International Research 
and Exchanges Board. Thanks to a grant 
from the Social Sciences and Humanities 
Research Council of Canada, Dr. Himka was 
able to spend two months this spring and 
summer in the archives and libraries of 
Rome and Vienna to carry out research for 
a third book. Two outlines of the new 
project, a history of the Ukrainian Catholic 
Church in Galicia under Austrian rule, have 


recently been published as articles: “The 
Greek Catholic Church and Nation-Building in 
Galicia, 1772-1918,” Harvard Ukrainian 
Studies 8, no. 3-4 (December 1984): 
426-52; and “Kosciot greckokatolicki a 
procesy narodotworcze wsrod Ukraincow 
w Galicji. Krotki przegl^d,” Znak (Cracow) 
37, no. 4 (365) (April 1985): 41-52. 


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ANDRSJ HORNJATKEVYC 

In July 1986 Dr. Hornjatkevyc was 
co-instructor of the course on kobzar lore 
during the International Classes of Ukrainian 
Folk Music held from 29 June to 1 1 July in 
New York. During these classes he also 
conducted seminars on the following 
subjects: “The Physical Necessity of 
Music,” “Epics,” and “Ukrainian Folk 
Instruments.” From 21 to 31 July he gave 
the course “Comparative Folklore: Ukrainian 
Dumy ” at the Ukrainian Free University in 
Munich. 


KHRYSTYNA KOHUT 

In July 1986, Ms. Kohut was 
appointed CIUS Departmental-Executive 
Secretary. Since 1980 Ms. Kohut has been 
employed at CIUS as Administrative Clerk. In 
her new position she will be responsible for 
centralizing and co-ordinating all 
administrative aspects of CIUS work. Ms. 
Kohut holds a B.A. from the University of 
Alberta and studied library science at the 
University of Toronto. 


BOHDAN KRAWCHENKO 

Dr. Krawchenko’s recent publications 
include: “La Renaissance nationale et la 
classe laborieuse en Ukraine durant les 
annees 1920,” in La Renaissance nationale 
et culture! les en Ukraine de 1917 aux 
annees 1930 , ed. E. Kruba and A. Joukovsky 
(Paris-Munich-Edmonton, 1986), 283-310; 
“Zmiany w strukturze klasy robitniczej na 
Ukrainie, 1897-1970,” Suchasnist (special 
Polish-language issue), no. 1-2 (1985): 
259-78. In June 1986, he gave a paper on 
“Class Structure and the National Question 
in Ukraine,” at a conference on 
“Contemporary Ukraine; Selected Topics” 
held at the University of Illinois at 


Urbana-Champaign. In March 1986, he 
delivered a seminar on “Class Structure and 
the National Question in Ukraine,” 
Department of Modern Languages and 
Literatures, University of Ottawa. Also in 
March, he gave a lecture on “Social Change 
and National Consciousness in Ukraine,” at 
Concordia University, Montreal. He spoke 
on Ukraine during the Second World War at 
a seminar on the “Deschenes Commission” 
organized by the Edmonton branch of the 
Ukrainian Civil Liberties Commission in April 
1986. In July 1986 he gave a lecture on 
“The Social Structure of Ukraine Today,” 
organized by the Federation of Ukrainians in 
Great Britain, London. At the June 1986 
annual meeting of the Canadian Association 
of Slavists, Dr. Krawchenko was elected 
Secretary-Treasurer. He was also appointed 
a member of the Advisory Council, Ukrainian 
Cultural Heritage Village, Historic Sites, 
Alberta Culture and has joined the executive 
of Alberta Parents for Ukrainian Education in 
the capacity of advisor. In May 1986, he 
appeared as a witness before the Standing 
Committee on Multiculturaiism, House of 
Commons and has been reappointed to the 
Canadian Ethnic Studies Advisory 
Committee, Multiculturaiism Sector, 
Secretary of State. 


SOFIA LAZAR 

In July 1986, Sofia Lazar was 
appointed Clerk Steno at CIUS. Mrs. Lazar 
holds a Diploma in biology from the 
Pedagogical Institute, Teraspol, Moldavian 
SSR, and a Diploma in agronomy from the 
Agricultural Institute in Kishinev. Before 
emigrating to Canada she taught biology in a 
secondary school in Mohyliv-Podilsky, 
Vinnytsia oblast, Ukraine. 


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DAVID R. MARPLES 

Dr. Marples recently published 
Chernobyl and Nuclear Power in the USSR, 
one of the first English-language 
monographs on Soviet nuclear energy policy 
in the 1980s, which includes a detailed 
account of the Chernobyl (Chornobyl) 
disaster, based primarily on extensive 
Soviet source materials. The book is a joint 
publication of the Macmillan Press (London), 
St. Martin’s Press (New York) and CIUS. 

Dr. Marples’ recent articles include 
“Soviet Steel: the Ukrainian Dilemma,” 

Soviet Analyst, vol. 15, no. 8(16 April 
1986) and no. 9 (30 April 1986); 

“Chernobyl in Ukraine’s Nuclear Energy 
Programme,” Soviet Nationality Survey, 
vol. 3, no. 4-5 (April-May 1986); “Ukrainian 
Nuclear Power Hard Hit,” Soviet Analyst, 
vol. 15, no. 10(14 May 1986); “Soviet 
Perspectives on Ukrainian Nationalism 
During World War II,” Austral ian-Ukrainian 
Review, vol. 5, no. 2 (Winter 1986); “Die 
Katastrophe von Cernobyl’. Wie sicher sind 
die Atomkraftwerke in der Ukraine?” 
Osteuropa info (Autumn 1986); “Chernobyl: 
Background of Labour Troubles,” Soviet 
Analyst, vol. 15, no. 17 (27 August 1986); 
and a review of Graham Ross, ed., The 
Foreign Office and the Kremlin: British 
Documents on Anglo-Soviet Relations 
1941-45 (Cambridge, 1984) in Journal of 
Ukrainian Studies 19 (Winter 1985). 

In June 1986, Dr. Marples presented a 
paper on “Crisis in Soviet Industry? An 
Examination of the Soviet Steel Industry in 
the 1980s,” at the annua! conference of the 
Canadian Association of Slavists at the 
University of Manitoba. The paper is being 
published in the December 1986 issue of 
Canadian Slavonic Papers. Also in June, he 
gave a paper on “Working Conditions at 
Ukraine’s Nuclear Power Plants” at a 
conference on Contemporary Ukraine, at 


the University of Illinois at 
Urbana-Champaign. 

Following the Chernobyl disaster. Dr. 
Marples was interviewed widely on North 
American television and radio stations, 
including CBS and ABC (New York City) and 
CBC (Edmonton). He spoke at press 
conferences in New York and Montreal. He 
published articles about Chernobyl in the Los 
Angeles Times (2 May), the Globe and Mail 
(22 May), the Edmonton Journal (29 April 
and 27 August), the Ukrainian Weekly 
(including a five-part series on Chernobyl) 
and the Ukrainian News. Dr. Marples was 
also guest speaker at the annual meetings of 
the SUSK Congress in Alberta (23 August), 
and the Ukrainian Teachers’ Association of 
Northern Alberta (16 October). 


OREST MARTYNOWYCH and DAVID 
LUPUL 

Since 1 August 1985, Orest 
Martynowych and David Lupul, research 
associates at CIUS, have been working on 
the first part of a two-volume interpretative 
history of Ukrainians in Canada. 

The first volume, tentatively scheduled 
for completion in 1988, will cover the initial 
phase of Ukrainian immigration and 
settlement (1891-1923). It will depart from 
existing accounts in three respects. First, 
the continuity between old country 
Radicalism and the political, educational and 
religious programme of the immigrant elite 
(the intelligentsia) in Canada will be brought 
into focus. Second, an attempt will be made 
to organize the Ukrainian immigrant 
experience in Canada “from below”: 
attention will be paid to the experiences of 
rural homesteaders and urban labourers, to 
the formation and proliferation of local 
religious, economic, cultural and political 
institutions, to the development of Ukrainian 


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ethnic consciousness in Canada as well as to 
socio-economic and class differentiation 
among the immigrants. Finally, the Ukrainian 
experience in Canada will be placed firmly 
within the context of Canadian history as 
well as the history of immigrants and 
immigration. 

A large number of previously untapped 
sources have been used in the preparation 
of the first volume: census data on 
agriculture; the Labour Gazette ; rural and 
urban directories; business directories; 
urban housing reports; parish records; 
criminal case files; and published and 
unpublished memoirs written by immigrants. 
The immigrant press has also proved to be a 
very fertile source of information. Several 
thousand items of correspondence (dopysy) 
from rural colonies, mining camps and urban 
centres published in Svoboda, Ukrainskyi 
ho/os, Kanadyiskyi farmer, Chervonyi 
prapor, Robochyi narod , Ukrainski 
robitnychi visti and Kanadyiskyi 
rusyn I ukrai nets primarily between 1905 
and 1922 have been read and analyzed. In 
addition to constituting a running narrative 
of events in many communities all over 
Canada, the dopysy provide fascinating 
glimpses of the day-to-day concerns, 
triumphs and tragedies of Ukrainian 
immigrant life. 

Archival sources have also been 
consulted extensively. Government records 
pertaining to Ukrainians in Canada and 
unpublished manuscript collections have 
been examined at the Public Archives of 
Canada, as well as at provincial and private 
archives in Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan 
and Alberta. 

Orest Martynowych studied History at 
the University of Manitoba (B.A. Hon., M.A.) 
and the University of Toronto. He recently 
published The Ukrainian Bloc Settlement in 
East Central Alberta, 1 890-1 930 : A 


History (Edmonton: Alberta Culture, 1985). 

David Lupul holds a B.A. in history 
from the University of Alberta. He has 
recently edited and contributed an 
introduction to the English-language 
translation of Julian Stechishin’s A History 
of Ukrainian Settlement in Canada 
(Edmonton: Ukrainian Self-Reliance League 
of Canada. 1986). 


VALENTYN MOROZ 

Valentyn Moroz Jr. has been appointed 
a CIUS graduate research assistant for 
1986-7. Born in Ukraine in 1962, Mr. 
Moroz received a B.A. in political science 
from Loyola University of Chicago in 1985. 
He is currently enrolled in an M.A. 
programme in Ukrainian folklore in the 
Department of Slavic and East European 
Studies, University of Alberta. The research 
assistantship was made possible in part 
through funds provided by the university’s 
Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research. 


MYROSLAV YURKEVICH 

Mr. Yurkevich presented a paper on 
“Nationalist Concepts of the State” at the 
conference of the Canadian Association of 
Slavists in Winnipeg in June 1986, and a 
paper on “Dmytro Doroshenko as a 
Historian of German-Ukrainian Relations” at 
the ClUS-sponsored conference on 
German-Ukrainian relations held in Garmisch, 
West Germany, on 13-16 October 1986. 


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unpublished papers, lectures and other 
materials written by professors, graduate 
students or undergraduate students, is 
located in 352C Athabasca Hall, University 
of Alberta. Recent contributions to the 
fugitive file include: 

Bociurkiw, Bohdan R. “The Politics of 
Religion in Ukraine: The Orthodox 
Church and the Ukrainian Revolution.” 
Colloquium paper, Kennan Institute for 
Advanced Russian Studies, Washington, 
D.C., 19 September 1985. 

Mackiw, Theodor. “Der Friedensvertrag von 
Zboriv in der deutschen Presse von 
1649.” 


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provide photocopies of papers in the 
fugitive file. Interested readers can consult 
the papers in the CIUS reference library or 
contact the author directly for a copy of 
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fOpKeBMM (Ajlb 6 epTCbKMM yH-T) 
'TocnoflapcbKi nporpaMM yKpa'iHCbKoro 
HaL|ioHa^bHoro KOMyHi 3 My b 1920 -mx pp." 

B. COMMMHCbKMM (rne 3 roBCbKMi/i yH~ t) 
"riOMaTKM aBTOHOMiCTMMHOl TpaflML|il 
yKpa'iHCbKOi nojiiTMMHO'f flyMKki" C. 
BeJIMMeHKO (MopKCbKMM yH-T) 

"TeopeTMMHi no 6 yflOBM y posBMTKy 
paflaHCbKO'i HaMioHa/ibHoi noniTMKM. Pons 
y KpaTHki” P. ConbMaHMK (Paflio CBo 6 ofla) 

PodiTHMlji Pi LlJKi flbHMpTBO 33X1 fiHbOi 
KaHaflM. ftocBip yKpai'HpiB 
"iHTepB'lO 3 yKpaiHCbKMMM yMHSMM M 
yMMTensMM b 1904-40 pp.” H. 
MaK-floHanfl (MaHiToOcbKMM yH-T) 

"OcBiTa yKpaiHCbKkix fliTert 3 nornsfly 
iMirpaHTiB” C. Tpmhhdk (MaHiTo 6 cbKHM 
yH-T) 

"y KpaiHKM Pi ny 6 niMHa ocBiTa” O. CBMpina 
(Anb 6 epTCbKkiM yH-T) 

C/IOb' XHC bKe MOB03H3BCT BO 
”B 3 ipL 4 i yKpa’iHCbKoro Haronocy” A. 
r 0 PHSTK 6 BMM (AnbOepTCbKMM yH _ T) 

MeHOHiTM H yKpaiHpi. V pBOcroniTTz 
noceneHHz MeHOHiriB b YKpa'iHi 
"CTaBneHHs pocisH cynpoTM MeHOHiTiB 
KonoHicTiB y 1789-1850 pp.” K. A. 
flariMenb (3axiflHb00HTapiPiCbKMM yH-T) 


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"MeHOHiTM b YKpaiHi b 1789-1943 pp.” V. 
K. Enn (BiHHinercbKMM yh-t) 

YKpaiHCbKa cna/muHa 

"npeflCTaBjieHHq yKpa'iHifliB y KanaflCbKMX 

npoTecTaHTCbKnx BMflaHHax b 1900-25 
pp.” B. OneH^ep (LleHTp yKpaiHCbKMX 
KaHaflCbKnx CTyfliM) 

"PeniriMHi flpyKM KMiBCbKoT MMTpono/ii'i y 
XVIII CT.” P. CpeHJOK (CBaTOaHflpi'l'BCbKa 
Koneria) 

"ApxnenMCKon Aflensip JlsiHXBeH Ta 
yKpaiHi_;i b 1897-1913 pp.” B. Cet-myK 
(L4eHTp yKpaiHCbKMX KaHaflCbKMX CTyfliM) 
"IleTpo Mom/ia M 3anopi3bKi ko 33 km” O. 
Bapan (MaHiTo6cbKMM yh-t) 

"yKpaiHCbKi iMirpaHTM b KaHafli y Tonoci 
3eMni' O. iBaxa Ta CMHax 3eM/ii' I. 
KMpiflKa” O. FlaBjioBCbKa (L|eHTp 
yKpaiHCbKMX KaHaflCbKMX CTyfliM) 
"AHTMBMHHMMeHKiBCbKi JliTepaTypHi KPMTMKM 

1903-33 pp.” n. 3ajiyi4bKMM (UeHTp 

yKpaiHCbKMX KaHaflCbKMX CTyfliM) 

YKpaiHpi b KaHapi flo nepmoi cb'itobo i 

BiPlHM 

"CTepeoTMnyBaHH?! kopohoio. YpaflOBi 
norn^flM Ha yKpaiHCbKMX iMirpaHTiB b 
3axiflHiM KaHafli b 1892-1900 pp.” flxc. 

Jlep (BiHHinercbKMM yh-t) 

"YKpaiHCbKMM coi^i^jiicTMMHMM pyx y 
KaHafli flo 1918 p.” OpecT MapTMHOBMM 
(Ajib6epTCbKMM yH-T) 

n HenpMa3Hi KOHKypeHTM. CBpe'i, yKpaiHqi 
Ta MicbKi noniTMKM y n'?mM siHHinercbKiM 
BM6opMiM OKpy3i b 1911-14 pp.” F. 
TpaxTeH6epr (IcTopMMHi naMSTHMKM 
MaHiTo6M) 

yKpaiHCbKa nireparypa 

"Bipmi M jiK)6oBHi jimctm reTbMaHa iBaHa 

Ma3enM” 9. CnaByTMM (A;ib6epTCbKMM 

yH-T) 

"YKpa'iHCbKi nepeKJiaflM BipmiB Flon* 
Banepi” O. SycBCbKMM (Ajib6epTCbKMM 
yH-T) 

"MoTMB 'BaTbKiBlflMHM' B HbK)-MopKCbKiM 


rpyni noeTiB” R BacMniOK (MaHiToOcbKMM 
Yh-t) 

yKpa'iHCbKe LueKcni piBCbKe TOBapucTBO 
"TpMflMHTi pokobmhm YLL1T. CnoraflM” PI. 
PyflHML 4 bKMM (MoHpea/ib) 

"TenpMX IV' b yKpamcbKOMy nepeK/iafli 
I. OcbMaMKM” B. >KM/ia (TeKcacbKa 
nojiiTexHiKa) 

"UJeKcnipiBCbKi cohctm b yKpamcbKiM 
jiiTepaTypi” fl. HonMK (KDTacbKMM yH-T) 

C/iob' xHCbKi 6i6ni0TeHHi tfioHflM y 
BiHHineriflKiHi 

"CB5iToaHflpiiBCbKa KOJieri?i” P. Mopo3 

(CBFiToaHflpi'iBCbKa Ko/ierm) 

"OcepeflOK yKpa'iHCbKo'i KyjibTypM M 
ocBiTM” T. XoMeHKO (OcepeflOK) 
"Bi6nioTeKa M apxiB YBAH” JX HerpMM 
(MaHiTo6cbKMM yh-t) 

"Bi6nioTeKa iM. I. OpaHKa” A. BijieiflbKMM 
(TOYK) 

C/iob' XHCbKe MKicrepTBO u apxireKrypa 
b KaHafli 

"B. KypM^MK — 6araTOKynbTypHMM 
MMCTeiflb” A. ApHO/Ifl 
"BaHi, flSBiHHMifli M Kyno/iM. Po3bmtok 
T paflML 4 iMHMX CTMJliB” B. POTOB 
(MaHiTo6cbKMM yh-t) 

SiCniorpa&iHHi neper/inflKi ki npoeKTKi 
"KpmtmhhmM ornafl yKpaiHCbKMX 
eHMMK^onefliM” B. BepMra (TopOHTCbKMM 
yH-T) 

"flepeKnaflHa niTepaTypa” O. n*cei 4 bKa 
(OTTaBCbKMM yH-T) 

"npoeKT YKpaiHCbKO-KaHaflCbKOl 
niTepaTypM M 0o/iKjibopy” I. MyxMH 
(MaHiTo6cbKMM yH-T) 


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m. Jiynyn ha CTyflMHM Biflnycnii 



fl-p. MaHoniM Jiynyn, flMpeKTop KIYC Bifl 
1976 flo 1986 p., caMe Ha oflHopiMHiM 
CTyfliMHiPi BiflnycTMi. Y eepecHi 1987 p. BiH 
noBepiaeTbCE flo Biflfliny neflaroriHHMX 
ochob Ajib6epTCbKoro yHiBepcMTeTy, fle 
BiH BkiKnaflae po3bmtok ocbItm b KaHafli 3 

OKpSMMM y3r/l?)flHeHH?!M 

6araTOKyjibTypHOCTM Ta ocbItm MenuiMH y 
3axiflHiki KaHafli. Moro Ha3HaMeHO >-meHOM 
flopaflMO'i paflM KIYC. 


HOB m nPOCKT 

BAf ATOKyJlbTyPHOCTM B KOJIEflXI IM. 
rPAHTA MAK~K)BAHA 

Ilifl npoBOflOM fl-pa PoMaHa 

rieTpmUMHa p03n0MaT0 HQBaTOpCbKMM 
6araTOKy/ibTypHMki npoGKT y 
TpoMaflCbKOMy KOJieflxi iM. fpaHTa 
MaK-K)BaHa (rKfM) b EflMOHTOHi 
(A^b6epia). LfeM oflHopiMHMM npoGKT 
cnpM^HHS Hanp^MHMM i nporpaMaM 
6araTOKynbTypHOCTM, nepuiMM TaKoro 
pofly b KaHafli, po3no<-iaTo b MepBHi 1986 
p. fl-p fleipmukiH, flopaflHMK y cnpaBax 
6araTOKy^bTypHOCTM npn rKfM, Bxe Bifl 

flaBHa LflKaBMTbCS P03BMTK0M 
6araTOKy/ibTypHOCTM Ha rpoMaflCbKOMy 
piBHi. Bin KO/iMCb 6yB floc/iiflHMKOM KIYC, 
a TOfli npai^KDBaB flMpeKTopoM niBHiMHOi 
OKpyrn Biflfliny Ky/ibTypHO'i cnafliflMHM b 
MiHidepcTBi KyjibTypM A/ib6epTM, fle BiH 
KepyBas nporpaMOK) flOTaifliM, ocBiTHboi 
in4)opMai_iiT Ta rpoMaflCbKMX nopafl. 

fl-p fleipmuMH opraHi3yBaTMMe 
nepwy BcenpoBiHifliMHy niTHK) inKO/iy 
HapOflHiX TaHLflB, Ifl06 TaHl_|K5PMCTM, 
ynpaBme/ii Ta flonoMixHi npaqiBHMKM Ma/iM 
Harofly HaBMaTMC x Ha piBHi KO/ieflxy. BiH 
TaKOX BMBMaTMMe iHCTpyKTOpiB 
HapoflHoro MMCTeqTBa no qiniM Ajib6epTi i 
nponoHyBaTMMe pi3Hi 3aniKOBi m HesaniKOBi 
KypcM eTHOKyjibTypHMM opraHi3ai_iiaM. Ilifl 
l|K) nopy b oflHOMy EflMOHTOHi npaiflioe 
npn6^M3HO 750 eTHOKynbTypHMX 
opraHi3ai_;iM, 3 s kmx 6araTo 3aMMaK)Tbcs 
MMCTeqTBOM. 

Y BepecHi 1986 p. 3opraHi30BaHO npn 
TKfM KOMiTeT oco6/iMBoro npn3HaMeHH?? 
fl/i?? cnpae 6araTOKyjibTypHOCTM, flo 
FiKoro Ha^exaTb fleKaHM Ta 
npeflCTaBHMKM BiflfliniB KO/ieflwy — 
BMKOHaBCbKi, 3opoBi m cni/iKyBanbHi 
MMCTeqTBa, aKafleMiMHi, ToproBenbHi Ta 
caniTapHi cnyxdM, a TaKoxc npeflCTaBHMKM 
ypafly m rpoMaflCbKocTM. Bohm MatOTb 


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po3r/iaHyTM flOTenepiwHK) npaqio Koneflxy 
m MaM6yTHi MoxnMBOCTi 3 nornafly 
6araTOKy^biypHOCTM; bohm MaK)Tb 
nifliuyKaTM BiflnoBiflHMX oci6, pecypcn Ta 
3aco6n, aKi noTpi6Hi flns TaKO'i npaqi, a 
TaKO>K MatOTb paflMTMC* 3 rpOMaflCbKMMM 
rpynaMM npo noipe6n HaBMaHHa nicnsi 
cepeflHboi ocBiTM. fl-poBi neTpMWMHy 
flonoMarac Jlifla CoMMMHCbKa, HKa TaKox< 
KO/iMCb npai_|iOBana b KiyC. Biopo rKFM 
BMflae dfOJieieHb "GMCC Multicultural 
News" mo flBa MicsRL|i, b sRKOMy iHC^opMye 
npo HOBMHM B LJMX flinflHKaX. 3a fla/lbUJMMM 
flOBiflKaMM npOCMMO 3BepTaTMC?1 Ha 
aflpecy: 

Grant MacEwan Community College 

Jasper Place Campus 

Box 1796 

Edmonton, Alberta 

T5J 2P2 

No. Tenec{)OHa (403) 483-4424 a6o 
483-4474 


BEHIPH1 KYPCM ICTOPII yKPAIHM B 
AJlbBEPTCbKIM yHIBEPCMTETI 

B A^b6epTCbKiM yHiBepcMTeTi 
MMTaK)Tbc?i KypcM icTopi'i y Kpa i hm nifl Mac 
aKafleMiMHoro poKy y BiBTipKM Bifl 18 flo 
21 rofl. lx MMTae fl-p iBaH-flaBno XMMKa 
Ha flpyroMy noBepci 6yflMHKy Topi (b k. 
2-44 a6o 2-58). 3a neproK) to n'sRTb 
KypciB: CTapoBMHHa Pi cepeflHbOBiMna 
yKpa'iHa (,qo 1350 p.), yKpa'iHa b 
paHHbOMOflepHMX Macax (1350-1800 pp.), 
yKpa'iHa b XIX ct. (1800-1920 pp.), 
yKpa'iHa b XX ct. (1920 p. flo TenepiniHix 
flHie) Ta BMbpaHi tomm 3 icTopi'i y Kpa ihm 
( ceMiHap Ha oco6nnBy TeMy, HKa 
noflaoTbc?i 3a3fla^eriflb; qboro ceMecTpy 
BMBMaCTbCiR iCTOpi* L4epKBM). 

y 3MMOBOMy ceMecTpi 1987 p. 
(ciMeHb-KBiTenb) MMTaTMMeTbca Kypc npo 


CTapoBkiHHy Pi cepeflHbOBiMHy yKpamy. 
BMKjiaflM 3 ijiKDCTpaMi^MM po3r/iaflaTMMyTb 
yKpa'l'Hy B CTapOBMHi, nOMaTKM KM'iBCbKO'i 
PycM, TT po3KBiT i ynaflOK, MOHronbCbKi 
HanaflM Ta po3MneHyBaHHa yKpa'iHM 
My>KMMki flepxcaBaMM, nepeflyciM Flo/ibineio 
Pi JImtbokx OKpeMy yBary npMCBsiMycTbCsi 
KyjibTypi Pi no6yToei b cepeflHbOBiMMi Ta 
npMMHarnO XpMCTMHHCTBa B6J1. KH. 

Bo/ioflMMMpoM CB?iTocjiaBMMeM y 988 p. 
BMK/iaflM Kypcy TICT 333 Bifl6yBaiOTbC5R 
Bifl 13.01. flo 31.03. b k. 2-58 Topi. 

KypcM icTopi'i yKpa'iHM nponoHyioTbca 
BeMOpaMM, L406 flaTM MOXHiCTb 
3aMiKaBjieHMM oco6aM 3 rpoMaflM cnyxaTM 
'ix (3a Ticio caMoio 3acafloio 3aranbHi 
KypcM icTopi'i CxiflHbO'f EBponM MMTaiOTbca 
b MeTBep BenepoM). UJo6 6yTM BinbHMM 
cnyxaMeM, to6to cnyxaTM BMKnaflM, ane 
He CKJiaflaTM icnMTiB mm nMcaTM cTaTTePi i 
He flicTaBaTM 3aniK, Tpe6a bmhobhmtm 
aHKeTy flna BinbHMX cnyxaMiB y 6yflMHKy 
aflMiHicTpaMi'i (nepniMPi noBepx) Miw 5 i 16 
ciMHH (ane paflMTbc 9 \ aKHaPiCKopwe). 

OnnaTa sa oflMH ceMecTp (t.3b. niB-Kypc) 
BMHocMTb 52 flon. y cnpaBax BnMCiB 
npocMMO 3BepTaTMca flo 6iopa pericTpaps 
yHiBepcMTeTy Ha No. Ten. 432-3113. 
riMTaHH* npo caM Kypc npocMMO 
cnpaMOByBaTM flo fl-pa Xmmkm Ha No. 

Ten. 432-3543, a6o nepeflaTM BiCTKM y 
6iopi Biflfliny icTopMMHMX HayK na No. 

Ten. 432-3270. 

flopflflOK BMKnafliB Ha ciMenb-6epe3eHb 
1987 p. 

13.01. yKpa'iHa b CTapOBMHi 

20.01. PloMaTKM PycM 

27.01. npMMHSTT^ XpMCTMSHCTBa 

03.02. flo6a fipocnaea Myflporo 

24.02. SaHenafl KM'iBCbKO'i PycM 

03.03. MoHronbCbKMPi Hanafl 

10.03. FanMqbKO-BonMHCbKe KoponiBCTBO 

17.03. rioflin KM'iBCbKO'i cnaflu^MHM 

24.03. BMCOKa KynbTypa KM'iBCbKO'i PycM 

31.03. Flo6yT KM'iBCbKO'i PycM 


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3BIT KOMITETY CnPMflHHfl P03BHTK0BI "XYPHAJl yKPAIH03HABHMX CTyflIM" 

yKPAIHCbKOI CniJlbHOTM HEPEHECEHO fiO EflMOHTOHY 


KOMiTeT enpMSRHH?! p03BMTK0Bi 
yKpaiHCbKOi cnijibHOTM (KCPYC) ihomho 
BkinycTHB CBiui 3BiT "ByflyBaHHa 
MaM6yTHboro: KaHaflCbKi yKpaiHifli b XXI 
CToniTTi. IlnaH flii". KpaPiOBa ynpaBa (y 
BiHHinery) KoMiTeiy yKpa'iHL|iB Kana flM 
CTBopn/ia KCPYC y 6epe3Hi 1982 p., mo6 
posrjiaHyTM MaM6yTHiPi po3bmtok 
yKpaiHCbKOi cni/ibHOTM b KaHafli. Y cboim 
npaqi KCPYC o6Me>KMBC?i flo Tpbox 
CTenoBMX npoBiHqiM, fle *MBe HaMbmbiue 
mmcjio yKpaiHMiB. Y 3BiTi fleTa/ibHO 
po3rjiq,qaeTbca idopm yKpaiHCbKMX 
noce/ieHb Ha CTenax, cy-iacHi npo6neMM, a 
OKpeMy yBary 3BepTaeTbC?i TaKMM 
nmaHH5IM FIK MMCTeLJTBO, Cni J1KyBaHH5R M 
ocBiTa. Y KOxcHiki flijiaHifli nponoHycTbCsi 
n^3H fli'i. LjePi 3BiT BMroTOBJieHO Ha 
niflCTaBi fleTanbHoro BMBMeHHa rpoMaflM, 
?iKe nepeBiB KCPYC y (J)opMi 
KOHC}}epeHi4iM ( aHani3M flaHMX nepenncy 
Hace^eHHs Ta onmy npoeefleHoro 1983-4 
p. cepefl yKpaiHCbKMX rpoMaflCbKMX 
opraHi3aMiM Ha CTenax. 3BiT BMflaHo 
aHrniMCbKOK), yKpamcbKOK) m 
4)paHuiy3bKOio MOBaMM i Pioro MO>KHa 
na6yTM b npoBiHLjii/iHMX paflax KYK npM 
TaKHX aflpecax: 

Provincial Council, 

Ukrainian Canadian Committee 
1355 Main Street 
Winnipeg, Manitoba 
R2W 3T7 

P.O. Box 141 
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan 
S7K 3K4 

# 202, 10852-97 Street 
Edmonton, Alberta 
T5H 2M5 


JliTOM 1986 p. peflaKqiMHe 6iopo 
"XypHana yKpamosHaBMMX cTyfliki" 
nepeHeceHO 3 TopoHTCbKoro yHiBepcmeTy 
flo KIYC. PoMaH CeHKycb, mo peflaryBaB 
xypHa/i Bifl caMoro noMaTKy b 1976 p., 
Tenep npai_|K)BaTMMe TijibKM sik peflaKTop 
pyKonkiciB "Encyclopedia of Ukraine". 
Hobmm peflaKTopoM ")KYC” CTaB 
flOCJliflHMK KIYC MnpOC^aB fOpKeBMM. 

Y BepecHi noaBMBca No. 19 xypna/ia. 
Y HbOMy noMiifleHO TaKi CTani: 

Bor,qaH KopflaH npM cniBnpapi PiTM 
HaB — "YKpaiHLii Ta nMTaHHs npo 
eTHiMHe noxofl>xeHH?i b KaHaflCbKOMy 
nepenkici Hace/ieHHfl 1981 p.", BorflaH 
KjiMMauj "HonoBiMe m xdHOMe Hanajia 9 \ k 
CTpyKTypa pMTya/ibHMX xapniB yKpa'iHLflB 
y KaHafli", RpocnaB fopflMHCbKMM — 
"XiHOMe nmaHH a b yKpamcbKiM 
paflaHCbKiM noBicTi" (m. 1), BajiepiflH 
niflMornjibHMM — "BaHs" — nepeKjiafl 
MaKCHMa TapHaBCbKoro, Mapia 
TapHaBCbKa — "BMflaHHa aHrniMCbKMX 
nepeK/iafliB yKpaiHCbKo'i /iiTepaTypn Bifl 
1980 p." (m. 1), CTenaH Be/iMMeHKO — 
"PaflflHCbKMM o4)ii_|iMHMM nornafl Ha 
yKpa'iHCbKy iCTopiorpa0iK>". 

3 K0H6HH0CTM flOBe/IOCFI HiflBMIflMTM 
piMHy nepeflnnaTy flo 10 flo/i. flji?i oci6 Ta 
15 flon. fl/ia ycTaHOB i 6i6/iioTeK. HeKM mm 
rpomoBi nepeKa3M Tpe6a c/iaTM Ha 
aflpecy: 

Journal of Ukrainian Studies 
Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies 
352 Athabasca Hall 
University of Alberta 
Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2E8 
3aMOB/i8HHSR 3-no3a KaHaflM Tpeba 
on^aMyBaTM flo/iapaMM CUJA. 


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CKIHHWIACfl KAflEHUm KAHLIJ1EPA n. 
CABAPMHA 



CKiHMMnaca npaMa rieTpa CaBapMHa a k 
K aHi_iJiepa Anb6epTCbKoro yHiBepcMTeTy. 

n. CaBapMH, flBaHaflMaTkiM KaHM/iep 

yHiBepcmeTy, BiflirpaB npoBiflHy pojikd b 
3acHyBaHHi KIYC. BiH npe3MfleHT 
CBiTOBoro KOHrpecy Bi/ibHMX yKpaiHi_|iB. 


nPEMIK) IM. AHTOHOBUHIB 
nPMCyAXEHO COHflEPCOBI 

y TpaBHi 1986 p. fl-pa Aesifla 
CoHflepca, npocpecopa icTopiij 
yHiBepcMTeTy b HbK)KacT/ii-Ha-TaMHi 
( AHr/iisR) Ta aBTopa khmxkm "The Ukrainian 
Impact on Russian Culture 1750-1850", 
SKy KIYC BkiflaB y 1985 p., HaropoflxeHO 
IV npeMieK) iM. AHTOHOBMHiB. flpeMia, 140 
CK/iaflaeTbca 3 rpaMOTM Ta rpoiiieBo'i 
flOTaLii'i 5 000 flon., npMcyflxyeTbca 
mopiMHO 0yH,qaL4ieK) OMe/iaHa m TeTaHM 
AHTOHOBMMiB (BaiuiHrTOH) aBTopoBi 


BM3Ha<-iHoT npaqi 6yflb-aKOK) mobokd Ha 
yKpa'iH03HaBMy TeMy (icTopia, icTopia 
niTepaTypM, MOB03HaBCTBO, icTopia 
MkicTeMTBa a6o jiiTepaiypHa KpuTMKa). 
L|boro poKy flo xtopi HanexariM BorflaH 
Py6MaK (IjiniHOMCbKMM yHiBepcMTeT y 
HiKaro), PoMaH WnpopnK)K (MiMiraHCbKMM 
yHiBepcmeT), flpoc/iaB IlejieHCbKMM 
(AMOBCbKMPi yHiBepcmeT) Ta iBaH Oi3ep 
(PaTrepcbKMM yHiBepcMTeT). 


HAEyTO APXIBM 

Ki/ibKa MicaqiB TOMy npMMiii^eHO flBi 
apxiBHi s6ipKM b A/ib6epTCbKiM 
yHiBepcHTeTi. BorflaH roiuoBCbKMM 3 
TopoHTa noflapyBaB apxiB fO/iiaHa 
Baccn?iHa (1894-1953), BiflOMoro aBTopa 
0i^oco0iMHkix npai_ib Ta ifleo/iora 
OpraHi3aL4ii yKpa'iHCbKMX Hai_|ioHajiicTiB. B 
apxiBi 36epiraK)TbC5i pyKonncn CTaTTen 
BaccMSHa (flea Ki me He noaBM/iMca 
flpyKOM), floc/iiflHi 3anncKn, 0oTorpa0i‘i m 
nkiCTyBaHHa. flpyrMM apxiB — 36ipKa 
3HaMeHMToro paflaH03HaBMa &opnca 
JleBMMbKoro (1915-84), b aKOMy 
36epiraK)Tbca Bifl6nTKki Moro ra3eTHnx i 
xypHa/ibHMX cTaTTeM, a TaKOx piflKicHi 
no/iiTMMHi MaconMCM 3 1940-mx i 1950-mx 

poKiB. 

BMeHi, IflO XOMyTb BMKOpMCTOByBaTM 
Mi apxiBM, MoxyTb oflepxaTM TOMHimi 
flOBiflKM nkiiuyMM Ha aflpecy: 

Mr. James Parker, University Archivist 
University of Alberta Archives 
1-05C Rutherford Library South 
University of Alberta 
Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2J4 


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MIKPOOmbMki CJIOBHMKIB 

y xoBTHi 1985 p. b "BioneTeHi" KIYC 
noflaHO flo BiflOMa, 140 A/ib 6 epTCbKMPi 
yHiBepcmeT Ha 6 yB qiHHy 36ipKy 
MiKpOC{3ij1bMiB yKpaiHCbKMX TepMiHOjlOriMHMX 
cnoBHMKiB y MuxaPi/ia IlexcaHCbKoro 3 
JloHr-AMnaHfl-CiTi (Hbio-MopK). 3aB,qsiKM 
LuteflpoMy ,qapy fl-pa MapKa AHTOHOBMMa 
3 MoHpea/iK) KIYC Ha6yB me tpm 

C/IOBHMKM flrm yHiBepCkITeTCbKOl 36ipKM ; 

B. flydpOBCbKMM, 

"MocKOBCbKO-yKpaiHCbKa cj3pa3eo/iorm” 
(Kmib, 1917). 

H. KoBaneBCbKa-KoponiBa, "KemeHKOBMPi 
MecbKO-yKpaiHCbKMM c/iobhmk" (Flpara, 
1920) 

B. FliflMorM^bHMM Ta G. nnywHMK, 
''0pa3eojioris flinoBOi mobm” (Kmib, 1924) 


KIYC 6yfle flyx<e bashhmm sa 
cniBnpaMto iHUJMX 6i6nio4)miB, sKi MaioTb 
yKpaiHCbKMPi Ta yKpaiHCbKO-KaHaflCbKMM 
MaTepm/i i ao3bojim/im 6 iHCTMTyTOBi 3hfitm 
MiKpocjD'mbMM 3 Hboro. 3 yciMa 

MaTep'm/iaMM 06X0flMTMMeM0Cb 
HKHai/iyBaxHiwe i noBepHeMO ix 3apa3 no 
SHiMaHHi MiKpocf>mbMy. 


nPEMIK) IM. I4EHKIB nPMCyflXEHO 
MICMJIOBI 

VI piMHy yKpaiHCbKy 6i6niorpa0i<-iHy 
npeMiio iM. L(eHKiB, siKy 3acHyBanM npn 
yKpaiHCbKOMy HayKOBOMy iHCTMTyTi 
fapBapflCbKoro yHiBepcMTeiy fl-p MMKona 
Ta noK. Bo/ioflMMMpa L(eHKM 3 
ct>in?iflejibct)ii, npMcyflxeHO CBreHOBi 
MicM/iy, HayKOBOMy cniBpoOiTHMKOBi 
rio/ibCbKoi aKafleMii HayK y BapiuaBi. C. 
Mickmo 0flep>xaB 1 000 flo/i. 3a cboio 
npai-iio n.3. "Bi6/iiorpa<t)m yKpaiHCbKOi 
npecM b nojibu^i (1918-39) i 
3axiflHO-yKpaiHCbKiM HapoflHiPi Pecny6/iiL4i 


(1918-19)”. TyT noflaHO 6i6/iiorpa(f>i'-iHMM 
onMC 1 210 raseT, MaconMciB, pImhmx 
anbMaHaxiB Ta 3BiTiB, 140 nosiBMjiMCFi 
no-yKpaiHCbKOMy, a6o aKi BMflariM 
yKpai'Hqi. Onnc BK/iioMae KopoTKi npMMiTKM 
Ta noflae, fle b apxiBax i 6i6nioTeKax 
(nepeflyciM y no/ib^i) flaHi BMflaHHa 
36epiraK)TbC*. Hifl 1410 nopy npaps e 
TiribKM y cfiopMi MaiuMHonMcy, 60 npeMiio 

iM. L4eHKIB npMCyfl>KyGTbC51 Ti/lbKM 

HeBMflaHMM npapaM. KIYC BMflacTb TT b 
1987 p. 


nPOCKT "EHMMKJlOnEflll yKPAIHM" 

"Encyclopedia of Ukraine" 6yfle 

HaPlKpai^MM flOBiflHMKOM yKpa IH03HaBCTBa 
aHrniMCbKOK) mobohd. HepiuMM 3 n'siTM 
TOMis nO^BMBCFI B BMflaBHMLjTBi 
TopoHTCbKoro yHiBepcMTeTy BoceHM 1984 
p. Ha npM6/iM3HO 1 000 CTopiHKax 
noMiu^eHO 6'\r\9\ 3 000 racen, 450 
HOpH06mMX i/lKDCTpapiM, 150 KO/lbOpOBMX 
imocTpapiM Ta KinbKa KapT, fle^Ki 
KO/ibopoBi. EijibwicTb race/i noflaHO 
no-aHrniMCbKOMy 3 yKpaiHCbKMM 
opMriHa/iOM y ,qy>KKax; sku40 Ha3Ba mm 
npi3BMi4e Kpame BiflOMe b inmiM MOBi, Pioro 
TaKO>K TaK nOflaOTbCSR. B OCHOBHOMy 
BJKMBaGTbcs flBi CMCTeMM TpaHcniTepapiT 
fl/i* cniB Ta Ha3B 3 kmpmjimmhmm 
opMhHa/iOM: cMCTeMa KoHrpecoBoT 
6i6^ioTeKM (3 ynpomeHHsiMM, a Ki 
Bx<MBaK)Tbc?i b OmbwocTi 6i6niorpa(J)iM) Ta 
MixHapoflHa MOB03HaBMa CMCTeMa, aKa 
nOflaG TOHHilUi (JJOHeTMMHi BiflnOBiflHMKM 

yKpaiHCbKMX race/i. 

flo nepmoro TOMy flOflaHO KapTy 

YKpaiHM Pl nOKaSHMK, U40 CTOCyGTbC?! BCiX 
TOMiB eHuiMKjioneflii. IT emtotobm/im B. 
Ky 6 iPioBMM Ta A. )KyKOBCbKMM i 1451 flyxce 
rapHa Ko^bopoBa KapTa noflac He Ti/ibKM 
o 6 ^acHi Ta no/iiTMMHi rpaHMpi YPCP, a^e 
Pi eTHorpa 4 )iMHi kopaohm yKpaiHCbKoro 


10 


ENCYCLOPEDIA 

OF UKRAINE 

Pe^ataiifi 

flaHMjio Tycap-CTpyK 

KepyjOMMM peflaKTop 

PeflKonerin 

OneKca BmaHtOK 

MaHO/iiPi Tlyny/i 

ApKafliPi >KyKoecbKMM 

Bacmib MapKycb 

EorflaH KpaBMeHKO 

flaHkmo Tycap-CipyK 

AopaflMMM KOMiTeT 

ATaHac Oiro/ib 

HayKoee TOBapncTBO iM. UJeBMeHKa 

MaHO/iiM Jlyny/i 

KaHaflCbKMM iHCTMTyT yKpa'l'HCbKMX 
CTy,qiM 

iBaH CTaCJOK 

KaHaflCbKa 0yH,qaL|m yKpamcbKMX 
CTyfliM 

PeftaKTOpM MaCTHH 

Bio/ioriz 

XpMCTMHa Cno/ibCbKa 

r eorpa&iz 

Irop CTede^bCbKMM 

flizcnopa 

MaHoniM Tlyny/i, Bacmib MapKycb 

ETHorpa&iz, <t>onKfibop 

MMKOJia f HaTKDKiBCbKMti 

ICTopin 

O/ieKcaHflep Or/io6/iMH, ApKafliPi 
WyKOBCbKMM 

Icropix BiucbKa 

TleTpo Coflo/ib 

J1 ire pary po3HdBCT bo 

IBaH KoiueniBeLib, flaHM/io 
Tycap-CTpyK 

MareMaTMKa 

BOJIOflMMMp TleTpMLUMH 

MepMHHi Hay km 

Tampix LUy^bq 

MMCTepTBO 

CBSTOC/iaB TopflMHCbKMM, CoCjDm 
RHOBa 

M0B03HaBCTB0 

lOpiM UJeBe/ibOB 

My3MKa 

PoMaH CaBMLjbKMM, BaCM/lb 
BklTBHL^bKHM 

HapoflHe rocnopapcTBO 

IBaH KoponeLjbKMM, Bor,qaH 
KpaBMeHKO 

OcBira 

BorflaH KpaBMeHKO 

llpaBO, lloniTMHHi Hay km 

Bacmib MapKycb 

Flpeca 

Co(J)i?i FlHOBa 

Cnopr 

Ockin 3iHKeBMM 

CycninbCTB03HaBCTB0 

BorflaH KpaBMeHKO 

Tearp 

Bajiepi?iH PeByMbKMM 

TexHiKa 

Jlh 060 MHp OHMUJKeBMM 

<t>i3MKa 

O/ieKca BinaHKDK 

XeMix 

CB51TOCnaB TpOC}DMMeHKO 

LlepKBa 

BorflaH BomopKiB 

BiopoBi npaijiBHHKM 

Bopnc BajiaH 

KOOPflMHaTOP, peflaKTOp 

Tapac 3aKMflajibCbKMM 

nepeK/iaflaM, peflaKTop 

IBaH OxpMMOBMH 

onepaTop KOMn'ioTepa, nepeK/iaflan 

Mapis riaceKa 

onepaTop KOMn'ioTepa, ceKpeTapKa 

PoMaH CeHKyc 

ronoBHMM peflaKTop pyKonnciB 

POMa PlHMHHCbKa 

flOcniflHML 4 ?i, aBTop 


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Hapofly. 1406 dyjio jierwe BxcMBaTM i_|k> 

KapTy, flOflaHO BMMepnHi CTaTMCTUMHi flaHi 

npo Hace/ieHH* YKpa'iHM Ta yKpa’iHLjiB 
3aKopflOHOM, 3MicT Ta flonoMixHi Ta6exii. 
flepiuMPi HaK/iafl nepiuoro TOMy (5 000 
npMM.) BMnpoflaHO flo rpbox Micsu_|iB. 
flpymPi HaKJiafl MaB TaKMPi caMMPi ycnix. 

"Encyclopedia of Ukraine” — pe 
MacTMHHO nepeK/iafl i nepepo6Ka 
fleCSITMTOMHOl yKpaiHOMOBHOl 
"EHpuK^onefli'i yKpa iHOSHaBCTBa” (flo 
Tenep nosiBMjiocs Aes’xTb TOMiB), FiKy B>xe 
35 poKiB BMflae HayKOBe TOBapucTBO iM. 
UJeBMeHKa, HaPiCTapwe yKpamcbKe 
HayKOBe TOBapMCTBO. IT peflaryBaB aw ,qo 
cbogi CMepTM 1985 p. b Capce/ii y 

OpaHL|iT BOJIOflMMUp Ky6iPlOBMM, BM3HaMHMp1 
yKpai'HCbKMM yneHMM i reorpacf). 
YKpa'iHCbKe BMflaHHa 3aKiHMaTb ApKafliPi 
>KyKOBCbKkiki, BacMJib MapKycb i Co0m 
flHOBa. BorflaH KpaBMeHKO 
KOopflMHyBaTMMe npapHD Ha,q aHrnoMOBHMM 
BMflaHH^M, flnpeKTop KaHaflCbKoro 
iHCTMTyTy yKpa'iHCbKMX CTyfliPi. BiH 6y#e 
3BS3KOBMM Miw ocepeflKOM HayKOBOfO 
TOBapncTBa iM. UJeBHeHKa b Capceni Ta 
peflaKpiMHMM 6 kdpom eHpMKjionefli'i b 
T opoHTi. 3a pe,qaKL|iK) BiflnoBiflaTMMe 
flHpeKTOP TOpOHTCbKOrO 6K>pa iHCTMTyTy 
Ta KepyfOMMM peflaKTop, flaHM/io 
Tycap-CTpyK. flo peflaKpiPiHO'i KO/ierii' 
TaKoxc HanexcaTb O/ieKca EmaHK>K 
(OijiafleribCtDisR), ApKafliPi X(yKOBCbKMPi 
(Capce/ib), Eor,qaH KpaBMeHKO (Eamohtoh), 
MaHO/iiPi Jlyny/i (Eamohtoh), i BacM/ib 
Mapxycb (HiKaro). 

"Encyclopedia of Ukraine” nosBMTbes 
BnoBHi ,qo 1992 p. y CTopiMMS noce/ieHHs 
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oxon/iKDBaTMMe 6\n$\ 20 000 raceri b 
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apxeojioriio Pi icTopiio, cyfliPiBHMpTBo, 


pepKBy, MOBy Pi jiiTepaTypy, ocBiTy, 
MMCTepTBo, TeaTp, My3MKy Pi HapoflHe 
rocnoflapcTBO. 

2. Tac/ia npo po3bmtok pi3HMX HayK b 
YK pa'lHi, BK/HOMHO 3 T3KMMM 
HeyKpa'lH03HaBMMMM, a^e TeXHiMHMMM Pi 
npMpoflHMMO-HayKOBMMM, 5 rk Hanp. 
aHTpono/iorm, 6oTaHiKa, 300Jiorm, 
xeMm, (f)i3MKa, MeflMpMHa Pi eKOHOMiKa. 

3. fac/ia npo BiflHoweHH?i YKpa'iHM 3 

iHLUMMM Kpa'iHaMM, yKpaT'HLjiB 3 iHLUMMM 
HapoflaMM Pi Hapi^MM, mm b MMHy/ioMy, 
mm Tenep; npo Kpa'iHM, flo hkmx 
yKpa'iHqi eMirpyBa/iM, a TaKOw npo 
HapioHa/ibHi mghiumhm b YKpaT'Hi. 

4. facjia npo noo^MHOKi nofli'i, ypoMMipa, 
ycTaHOBM, MaconMCM Ta BM,qaHHa, 
TOBapMCTBa Pi opraHi3aMi'i. 

npMMipHMKM eHpMK/ionefli'i MOWHa 
KynMTM 3a 115 flon. b KHMrapHi 
TopoHTCbKoro yHiBepcMTeTy, b pi3HMX 
yKpa'iHCbKMX KHMrapH?ix y TopoHTi Ta b 
iHUJMX MiCTaX, a6o MOWHa 3aMOBMTM 
nOUJTOK) Bifl: 

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Studies 

Box 205, West 5th Avenue 
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nPMCyflXEHO CTMnEHflU HA 1986-7 p. 


Im'z 

najiikmyK, JliHfla 
rioniBMaK, Mapm 
TapHaBCbKa, Po3aHa 


CTyflIMHI CTMnEHflU 

YHieepcmeT 

A/ib6epTCbKMi/i 

A^b 6 epTCbKMM 

CacKaMeBaHCbKMM 


nporpaiwa 

yKpaiHCbKa MOBa m 
ji'uepaTypa 
yKpamcbKa MOBa m 
niTepaTypa 
yKpamcbKa MOBa M 
^Tepaiypa 


MAHCTEPCbKt TE30BS CTMnEHflU 


Im'z 


y Hi BepcwTGT flporpaMa 


KepiBHiiK 


AaH-TapfliHr, Ons MopKCbKMi/t IcTopis O. Cy6TejibHMM 

3aro/iOBOK Te3n: "HanpyxeHH?i Mix noMipKOBaHMMM m Kpai/iHiMM b MixBOGHHii/i 
f aNMMMHi" 


CTeLjb, MapKO TopoHTCbKMM yKpamcbKa A- Tycap-CTpyK 

NiTepaTypa 

SaroNOBOK Te3n: "Irop KocTei_|bKMM srk flpaMaTypr" 


AOKTOPCbKI flMCEPTALJIMHI CTMnEHflU 

flapeBMM, flapis JlOHflOHCbKMM ICTOpiS MMCTeL|TBa T. f. f peTTOH 

3aroNOBOK flMcepTaqiT: "yKpa'iHCbKe flMCMfleHTCbKe MMCTeMTBo" 

KNifl, EorflaH ANb6epTCbKMM IcTopia I. n. XMMKa 

3aroNOBOK flMcepTai_|ii': "HapoflHMLjTBO b yKpaiHi b pp. 1860-1890" 


COMMMHCbKMI/t, EorflaH TNe3rOBCbKMM l~l0NiTMMHa I". TiKTiH 

eKOHOMiKa 

3aroNOBOK flMcepTaLliT: Tocno#apcbKMM po3bmtok y KpaiHM i/i noMaTKM pafliRHCbKoro 
BHyTpililHbOrO KONOHismi3My" 

^BOpCbKMl/t, iBaH KapNTOHCbKMM riONiTMMHI HayKM E. EOMKDpKiB 

3arONOBOK flMcepTaMi’i: "ETHiMHMM MMHHMK y paflflHCbKiM MixeTHiMHiM flMCMfleHTCbKiM 

pyci" 


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J1ITHI flOCJlIflHI flPOGKTM KIYC 

Hifl Mac jiiTa 1986 p. KIYG 

B/iaiUTyBaB pSfl JliTHiX flOCJliflMMX npoGKTiB. 
BiKTop ro/ioBaM npaLjKDBaB apxiBHMM 
acMCTemoM y KaHaflCbKOMy ny6/iiMH0My 
apxiBi nifl npoBOflOM MnpoHa MoMpMKa 
Hafl iHBemapeM Tc>BapncTBa 
yKpaiHCbKO-KaHaflCbKMx seTepaHiB. 

HaTa/im Xom'sk Ta XpncTMHa OpmeHfl 
npaMKDBa/iM flocjiiflHMMM acMCTemaMM b 
paMKax nporpaMM niTHboro 3aTpyflHeHH?i 
mm 36araMeHHa flocBifly KaHaflCbKoro 
ypafly. H. Xom'ak *MBe b OnaBi Pi nifl 
npoBOflOM OpecTa MapTMHOBMMa Ta 
A aBM,qa Aynyria, floc/iiflHMKiB KIYC, 
BMBMana pi3Hi apxiBM npo yKpaiHCbKMX 
KaHaflMiB nepiofly flo riepiiioi CBiTOBOi 
BiMHM. X. Opi/ieHfl riMca/ia racjia fl/ia 
flpyroro TOMy "Encyclopedia of Ukraine” 
nifl KepiBHMi_|TBOM fl-pa BorflaHa 
KpaBMeHKa. 


HOBE B METOflMHHOMY KABIHETI 
yKPAIHCbKOI MOBM 

nifl Mac niTa MeTOflMMHMM Ka 6 iHeT 
yKpaiHCbKO’i mobm (MEKYM) Ha 6 yB pafl 
hobmx (tyjibMiB Ta BifleonjiiBOK 3 YKpaiHM. 
Cepefl hmx 0 TaKi flOBroMeTpaxHi c|)mbMM, 
sk "noBepHSHH?) BaTepctmai/i” (0parMeHTM 
3 6 iorpa<J)iT cniBaMKM CojiQMi'i 
KpyiuejibHMMbKoT), "iBaH OpaHKo”, "O/ieKca 
floB 6 yiu” Ta iH. MEKYM TaKO* Ha 6 yB 
MMMaJlO KOpOTKOMeTpaXHMX KiHOfJlijlbMiB, 

9 \ K Hanp. "lleTpMKiBCbKMM p03nMC”, "IcTopm 
oflHoro naM 5iTHMKa (icTopm YcneHCbKoro 
cobopy b AbBOBi), "riTaxM jieTSTb Hafli 
mhoio” (6iorpa4)isi KiHopexMcepa m 
nMCbMeHHMKa O/ieKcaHflpa floBxceHKa) Ta 
6araT0 imiiMX. fle^Ki KopoTKOMeTpaxKM 
MaiOTb yKpa'l'HCbKMM 3ByK, iHiui 
aHr jiiMCbKMM, a me iHiui 36epiraK>Tbcs b 
o6ox Bepciax. 


MEKYM KIYC npMroTOBjiae HOBe 
BMflaHHsi KaTaxiory 3opoBO-c;iyxoBMX 
MaTepia/iiB, b SRKOMy byfle noBHMM cnncoK 
MMX CjJOHfliB. MorO MOJKHa 6yfle 3aMOBMTM 
6e3njiaTHO 6i/ifl KiHi_|?i poKy npM TaKiPi 

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Studies 

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MaTepm/iM 3 MEKYM MowHa 
no3MMaTM 6e3n/iaTHO Ha 14 ahIb. 
3aMiCI_ieBMX KJliCHTiB npocMMO nOKpMTM 
BMTpaTM nOCMJIKM Ta CTpaXOBKM B 06MflBI 
CTOPOHM. 


CEMIHAPM KIYC 1986-7 P. 

n'zTHMU.n, 26 Bepechm 

RpocjiaB iBaHycb (Biflflin icTopMMHMX HayK 
Ajib6epTCbKoro yH-Ty) 

"TpaflMiflisi yKpa'iHCbKoro 
cepeflHbOBiMM?) b flyMKax Mmkojim 
K ocTOMapoBa” 

n'nTHMljn, 24 KOBTHZ 

A“P flMMTpO LUTOrpMH (C/lOB'siHCbKMM i 
cxiflHboeBponektCbKMM Biflflin 6-km 
l^jiiHOMCbKoro yH-Ty) 
"AiTepaTypo3HaBMi MeTOflM KMiBCbKMX 
HeoKjiacMKiB” (no-yKpaiHCbKOMy) 


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n'ZTHMLIZ, 28 flMCTOnafla 

o. npoT. CepriM Ke/ierep (TopoHTCbKa m 
cxiflHbOKaHaflCbKa enapxia) 

"CxiflH?i nojiiTMKa BaTMKaHy" 

n'zTHMU,*, 12 rpyflH* 

fl-p Mapn/i3 (flocniflHMK KIYC) 

"HopHo6ki^b i sflepHa eHeprm b 
CPCP" 

n'ZTHM 14 %, 30 CiVHZ 

fl-p CiaHicjiaB BapaHbMaK (Biflflin 
CJiOB'aHCbKMX mob i ziiTepaiyp 
FapBapflCbKoro yH-Ty) 

"yKpaiHCbKa TeMa b MOflepHiM 
nojibCbKiM noe3ii" 

n'XTHMJZ, 27 flfOTOrO 

fi-p PoMaH neTpMLUMH (BaraTOKyjibTypHMM 
flopaflHMK FpoMaflCbKoro Ko/ieflxy iM. 
TpaHTa MaK-HDeaHa) 

"P03BMT0K yKpaiHCbKOl KyjlbTypM B 
Ajib6epTi. Bi3ia MaPi6yTHboro” 

UieBMeHKiBCbKa zieKLim (noflpo6ML|i OyflyTb 
noflaHi ni3Hiiue) 

n'BTHMIJZ, 10 KBIT H 91 

MapKO BaHflepa (Biflfli/i c/iOB'flHCbKnx i 
cxiflHboeBponeMCbKMX floc/iifl>*<eHb 
A^b6epTCbKoro yH-Ty) 

"YKpaiHCbKa iHCTpyMeHTa^bHa My3MKa 
b 3axiflHiM KaHafli. 

Yci ceMiHapM Bifl6yBaK5Tbc<R o roflMHi 
19.30 b repiTa,qx-^aBHfl>Ki, 
ATa6acKa-ro/iy b A/ib6epTCbKiM 
yHiBepcMTeTi. 


niCJlflflOKTOPCbKA CTMnEHfllP HA 
1986-7 P. 



KaHaflCbKa 0yHflaL4is yKpamcbKMX 
CTyfliM Mae iuaHy noBiflOMMTM, mo 
nicjiflflOKTopcbKy CTMneHfliK) iM. 

HenopaHMX Ha 1987 p. npMcyflxeHO 
BorflaHy KopflaHOBi. L|k) CTMneHfliK) 
npMcyflxeHO 3a Moro flkicepTai-iiK) 

"KaHafla m yKpa'iHCbKa eTHiMHa npo6;ieMa, 
1939-45 pp. 3pa30K MMCTei_|TBa 
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BMBMac no/iiTMKy KaHaflCbKoro yp^fly 
cynpoTM yKpaiHCbKOl MenmocTM nifl Mac 
Apyroi CBiTOBO'i BiMHM. 

BorflaH Kop,qaH 3flo6yB CTyniHb B.A. 
niflBMmeHoro Tuny b TopoHTCbKiM 
yHiBepcMTeTi, a MaricTepcbKMM flMrmoM y 
KapnTOHCbKiM yHiBepcmeTi. SsaHHa 
flOKTopa sin 3flo6y,qe ocihhk) 1986 p. b 
A pi30HCbKiM mTaTHiM yHiBepcmeii. 


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ACniPAHTM AJlbBEPTCbKOrO 
yHIBEPCMTETy 

HeflaBHO Tpoe acnipaHTiB 3flo6y/iM 
flunnoMM b Ajib6epTCbKiM yHiBepcMTeTi. 
Pa/iMHa MyxMHa 3axMCTM/ia y Biflflijii 
cnoB ^HCbKMX i cxiflHboeBponePicbKMX 
floc/iiflxceHb flOKTopcbKy AMcepTaqiio n.3. 
"HapoflHkiqTBO Pi MOflepHicTMMHi TeHfleHi_iii 
b yKpaiHCbKiPi niTepaTypi”. 

faHHa EicKO 3axMCTnna y Biflfli/ii 
nojiiTMHHkix HayK MaricTepcbKy Te3y n.3. 
"BHyTpiwHiM KO/iOHi3/ii3M b CPCP. CnpaBa 
PaflsmcbKoT y Kpa'iHn”. 

FlpocnaB iBaHycb 3axncTHB y Biflfli/ii 
icTopMMHMX HayK MaricTepcbKy Te3y n.3. 
"fleMOKpaTia, 0e,qepajii3M Ta 
HaLiiOHajibHicTb. yKpamcbKa 
cepeflHbOBiMHa cnafliflMHa b flyMKax 
Mmkojim KocTOMapoBa”. 


CTOJ1ITHIM ICTOPMHH MM nPOCKT 
OflEPXAB flOTALlllO 

yKpaiHCbKO-KaHaflCbKMkt CTO/liTHiM 
iCTOpMMHMM npOGKT OflepxaB flOTaMifO 

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KpoM6i, BiflnoBifla/ibHoro MiHicTpa 
6araTOKy/ibTypHOCTM Mepe3 fixiMa 
EflBapfl3a, noc/ia OKpyrn 
EflMOHTOH-niBfleHb, 25 BepecHa. LJieio 
flOTaMiGK) 6yflyib on/ianeHi fle^Ki BMTpaTM 
BMflaHH* nepiuoro TOMy icTopii yKpamqiB 
y KaHafli. 


ACniPAHTM-yKPAIHICTU 
AJlbBEPTCbKOrO yHIBEPCMTETy 

B aKafleMiMHOMy 1986-7 poqi b 
A/ ib6epTCbKiM yHiBepcmeTi CTyfliioe 
MOTMpHaflL4aTb acnipaHTiB, b t.m.: 5 — 
yKpai'HCbKMM 00/lKJlbOP (flBOG 
flOKTopaHTiB), 4 — yKpai'HCbKe 
JliTepaTyp03HaBCTB0 (flBOG flOKTOpaHTiB), 4 

iCTOpia y Kpa IHM (flBOG flOKTOpaHTiB), 1 

— c/iOB'^HCbKi Pi cxiflHboeBponePiCbKi 
flocniflxeHHfl (MaricTpaHT), 1 — noniTMMHi 
HayKM (MaricTpaHT) Ta 1 flOKTopaHT icTopii 
yKpa'iHL4iB b KaHafli. 


Oco5m 


AHflPII/l rOPHHTKEBWH 

nifl Mac HayKOBO’i KOH0epeHi_|ii 
KaHaflCbKoT acoMiai-iii cnaBicTiB, iflo 
Bifl6yBa^ac?i b MaHiTo6cbKiM yHiBepcMTeTi, 
fl-p AHflpiPl T OpH51TKeBMM BiflMMTaB 
flonoBiflb "B3ipMi yKpamcbKMX HaronociB”. 

y jiktnHi 1986 p. fl-p TopHSTKeBHM 
6yB cniBBMK^aflaMeM Kypcy Ko63apcTBa 
Ha MixHapoflHHX Kypcax yKpaiHCbKOi 
HapoflHO'i My3MKki, iflo Bifl6yBajnnc5i Bifl 29 
MepBHfl flo 11 nnnH5i b HbK)-PlopKy. Plifl 
Mac IflMX KypciB BiH TaKOX BiflMMTaB 
ceMinapi Ha TaKi tgmm: "<t>i3MMHa 
KOHeMHicTb My3MKM", "Enoc” Ta 
"yKpa'l'HCbKi HapOflHi My3MMHi 

iHCTpyMeHTM". Bifl 21 flo 31 JiMnHs BiH 

MMTaB Kypc "nopiBHq/IbHMPl 0OJ1KJlbOp. 
yKpa'l'HCbKi fl yMM" b yKpamcbKiM BinbHiM 
yHiBepcMTeTi b MioHxeHi. 


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KAHAflCbKHH IHCTHTYT YKPAIHCbKHX CTYfllH 

AJIBEEPTCbKHH YHIBEPCHTET 
dtymtauiH PoflHHH Ueea Kpttcn 

CTy^IHHI CTHnEH^II 

6y^yTi. BHflaHi b 1987-My poui 
3 ne^aroriKH, icTopii, ryiviaHiTapHHx i cycnuibHHx HayK. 

• iHCTHTyT 3anpouiye bhochth nonaHHH Ha Tpn CTyaiHHi CTHneHflii' (no 2 500 flon.). 
CTHneH^ii npH3HaneHi ansi CTapuinx CTyaeHTiB, mo xonyTb 3flo6yTH cTyniHb 6aKajiaBpa, b 
HKOMy yKpaiHicTHKa Binirpae BaacjiHBy ponio. U,« nporpaMa Mae CKJiaaaTHca 3 KOM6iHanii' 
KypciB yKpaiHCbKHx Ta cxinHboeBponencbKHx, pammcbKHx hh KaHaflCbKHx CTynift y 
nporpaMi ryMaHiTapnx HayK a6o nenaroriKH. 

• CTHneHflii npH3HaneHi Ha BOCbMHMicaHHHH nepion HaBnaHHH y 6yab-«KOMy KaHaacbKOMy 
yHiBepcHTeTi. 

• KaHflHaaTH Ha CTHneHfliio Ha Mac noaaHHH MycaTb 6 yTH KaHa^CbKHMH rpoManHHaMH a 6 o 
iMirpaHTaMH. 

• TinbKH y bhhhtkobhx BHnaflKax CTHneHfliHTH MoacyTb onep^cyBaTH piBHonacHO h iHini 
niflMorn. 

PEHEHELJb HA HO^AHHil: 31 CIHH^ 1987 P. 

• 3 a nonaHHHMH npocHMO nwcaTH Ha anpecy: 

Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies 
352 Athabasca Hail 
University of Alberta 
Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2E8 


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KAHA^CbKHH IHCTHTYT YKPAIHCbKHX CTYfllH 

AJIbEEPTCbKHH YHIBEPCHTET 

MAHCTEPCtKI TA ^OKTOPCbKI 
CTHIIEH^li 

6yayTb BHflaHi b 1987-My poui 

3 neflaroriKH, icTopii', npaea, ryiviaHiTapHHx Ta cycnijibHHx HayK i 

6i6jii0TeK03HaBCTBa. 

• iHCTHTyT 3anpomye noaaHHa Ha abi MaricTepcbKi Te30Bi CTHtieHflii' (no 4 500 aon.), mo He 
BiaHOBjwioTbCH, Ta Ha TpH aoKTopcbKi aHcepTaniHHi CTnneHmi (no 8 000 aoji.), mo MoacyTb 
BiaHOBJiaTHca. CTHneHaii aonoMoacyTb acnipaHTaM 33KiHHHTH cboi Te3H (aHcepTanii) 3 
yKpai'HCbKoi a6o yKpaiHCbKo-KaHaacbKoi TeMaTHKH y BHme3raaaHHx flHcnHnniHax. 
CTHneH^ii 6yayTb HaaaHi TiJibKH b Te30BOMy poui i TijibKH ana Te30BOi npani. 

• KaHaacbKi rpoMammH hh iMirpaHTH MoacyTb BHKopHCTOByBaTH CTHneHaii y 6yab-«KOMy 
BnmoMy HayKOBOMy 3aKJiaai b KaHaai hh 3a i"i MeacaiviH. 

• Acuio KaHflHaaTH Ha cTHneHniio He e KaHaacbKHMH rpoMammaMH, to nepeBary MaTHMyTb 
Ti, mo nocTynHJiH Ha acnipaHTypy b Ajib6epTCbKOMy yHiBepcHTeTi. 

• TijibKH y bhhhtkobhx BnnaaKax cTHneHfliHTH MoacyTb oaepacaTH piBHonacHO h mini 
niflMorH. 

PEHEHELJb HA nO^AHHil: 31 CIHHil 1987 P. 

• 3a noaaHHHMH npocHMo nncaTH Ha aapecy: 

Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies 
352 Athabasca Hall 
University of Alberta 
Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2E8 


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KAHA^CbKMH IHCTHTYT YKPAIHCbKHX CTY,II,IM 
AJIbEEPTCbKHH YHIBEPCHTET 

3anpomye bhochth no^aHHB Ha 

Aocumm aotauii 


3 iCTopii', JiiTepaTypn, mobh, neflaroriKH, cycniJibHHx HayK 
a6o 6i6ai0TeK03HaBCTBa YKpaiHH hh ynpainuiB y KaHaai. 

Ahkcth Ta aoBiaHHKH MOXHa oaep>KaTH b: 

Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies 
352 Athabasca Hall 
University of Alberta 
Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2E8 


PeMeHuiajiH noaaHb: 1 kbithh i 1 rpyaHH. 


XPMCTMHA KOrYT 

Y /uanHi 1986 p. XpucTMHy KoryT 
Ha3HaMeHO Biflfli/lOBO-BMKOHaBMMM 
ceKpeiapeM KIYC. X. KoryT npai_|K)Bajia 
Bifl 1980 p. B KiyC K aflMiHiCTpaTMBHMM 
flinoBOfl. y cbo'i’m HOBiPi nocafli BOHa 
BiflnoBiflaTmvie 3a MempanisaMiK) Ta 
KOOPflMHaL|iK) BCiX aflMiHiCTpaTMBHMX 

CTopm npat_|i KiyC. X. KoryT 3,qo6yna 
3BaHHa 6aKanaBpa ryMaHicTMMHMX HayK y 
Anb6epTCbKiM yHiBepcMTeTi i cTyflifOBana 
6i6ni0TeK03HaBCTB0 b TopoHTCbKiM 
yHiBepcMTeTi. 


BOfflAH KPABHEHKO 

HeflaBHO nosRBMJiMCiR TaKi npaqi fl-pa 
KpaBM6HKa : La Renaissance nationale et la 
classe laborieuse en Ukraine durant les 
annees 1920 y kh. "La Renaissance 
nationale et culturelle en Ukraine de 1917 
aux annees 1930" 3a peflaKL|ieK) E. 

Kpy6n Ta A. )KyKOBCbKoro 
(napn>K-MK)HXeH-EflMOHTOH, 1986) c. 
283-310; Zmiany w strukturze klasy 
robitniczej na Ukrainie 1897-1970, 
"CyMacHicTb" (oco6/imbmm ennycK 
nO/lbCbKOK) MOBOK)), No. 1~2 (1985): 


19 


259-78. y MepBHi 1986 p. BiH BiflMMTaB 
.qonoBiflb "KnacoBa cipyKTypa i 
HaMioHa/ibHe nmaHH?) b yKpami" nifl Mac 
KOH4>epeHi_iiT Ha TeMy "CyMacHa yKpama. 
Bn6paHi nMTaHHSR", mo BifldyBajiMca b 
I ji/iiHOMCbKiM yHiBepcMTeTi b 
yp6aHi-UJaMnei?iHi. y 6epe3Hi 1986 p. BiH 
BiflMMTaB ceMiHap Ha TeMy "KjiacoBa 
CTpyKTypa Pi HaLjioHa/ibHe nmaHHa b 
yKpa'iHi" y Biflfli/ii MOflepHMX mob i 
ziiTepaTyp OTTaBCbKoro yHiBepcmeTy. 
TaKO* y 6epe3Hi BiH BiflMMTaB flonoBiflb 
Ha TeMy "Cycni/ibHi 3MiHn Pi HaiflOHa/ibHa 
CBiflOMiCTb B yKpa'iHi” B KOHKOPfliPlCbKiM 
yHiBepcMTeTi b MoHpeani. BiH BMK/iaflaB 
npo yKpa'iHy nifl Mac flpyroi CBiTOBOi 
BiPiHM Ha ceMiHapi npo KoMiciio fleweHa, 
HKMPl BJiaiUTyBaB eflMOHTOHCbKMPl Biflfli /1 
yKpaiHCbKO’i KOMici'i ziioflCbKMX npaB y 
KBiTHi 1986 p. y /innHi 1986 p. BiH 
BiflMMTaB flonoBiflb Ha TeMy "Cycni/ibHa 
CTpyKTypa cyMacHoi y Kpa ihm", sKy 
B/iaiuTyBa/io 06'eflHaHH* yKpamqiB 
BejiMKodpiTaHiT b JloHflOHi. Ha 3aranbHnx 
36opax KaHaflCbKo'i acoMiaiflii cnaBicTiB, 
mo Bifl6y/iMC?i b MepBHi 1986 p., fl-pa 
KpaBMeHKa BMdpaHO 
ceKpeTapeM-CKap6HMKOM. kloro TaKO>K 
Ha3H3MeHo M/ieHOM flopaflMO'i paflM Cena 
cnaflLflMHM yKpaiHCbKO'i KyxibTypM npM 
C^y>K6i iCTOpMMHMX naM'iRTHMKiB 
A^b6epTCbKoro MiHicTepcTBa Ky/ibTypM i 
BiH CT3B flOpaflHMKOM eK3eKyTMBM 
BaTbKiBCbKoro KOMiTeTy cnpMAHHS 
yKpa'iHCbKiPi ocBiTi b A/ib6epTi. y TpaBHi 
BiH 3i3HaBaB nepefl nocTiPiHOio KOMicieio 
npo 6araTOKynbTypHicTb npM na/iaTi 
rpoMafl Ta Pioro 3 hob Ha3HaMeHO flo 
flopaflMoro KOMiTeTy KaHaflCbKMX 
eTHiMHMX flocjiiflxeHb npM CeKTopi 
6araTOKyjibTypHOCTM flepxaBHoro 
ceKpeTapi^Ty. 


coom J1A3AP 

y /ikinHi L\.p. Co<t>iK) Jla3ap Ha3HaMeHO 

flijiOBOflOM-cTeHorpacpOM Kiyc. C. Jlasap 

3flo6yna flMn/iOM 6ionora b 
T npacnijibCbKOMy neflaroriMHOMy iHCTMTyTi 
b MPCP Ta flnn/ioM arpoHOMa b 
KkiiuMHiBCbKiM cmbCbKorocnoflapcbKiM 
iHCTMTyTi. nepefl nepei3flOM flo KaHaflM 
BOHa HaBMa/ia 6ionoriio b cepeflHiPi iukoji! 
b MorM^iB-nofli/ibCbKOMy BiHHMLjbKoT 
o6/iacTM b yKpami. 


flEBi fl MAPnra 

HeflaBHO nosiBM/iacFi KHMXKa fl-pa 
Mapn/i3a "Chernobyl and Nuclear Power in 
the USSR". Me oflHa 3 nepwMX 
aHr jiomobhmx MOHorpa0iPt npo paflflHCbKy 
no/iiTMKy aTOMHOi eHeprii b 1980-mx 
poKax, Lflo fleTanbHO po3r/i*flae 
MopHo6M^bCbKy KaTacTpo0y, nepeflyciM 
Ha niflCTaBi paflaHCbKMX flwepe/ibHMX 
MaTepiajiiB. KHMXKy BMflajiM Ha cnijiKy 
BMflaBHMLjTBa MaKMi/l/iaH (flOHflOH), 
CeHT-MapTiH3 (Hbio-MopK) Ta Kiyc. 

fl-p Mapnji3 HeflaBHO HaflpyKysaB 
TaKi CTaTTi- Soviet Steel: the Ukrainian 
Dilemma, "Soviet Analyst", t. 15, No. 8 
(16.04.1986) Ta No. 9 (30.04.1986); 
Chernobyl in Ukraine's Nuclear Energy 
Programme, "Soviet Nationality Survey", t. 
3, No. 4-5 (KBiTeHb-TpaBeHb 1986); 
Ukrainian Nuclear Power Hard Hit, "Soviet 
Analyst", t. 15, No. 10 (14.05.1986); Soviet 
Perspectives on Ukrainian Nationalism 
During World War II, "Australian-Ukrainian 
Review", t. 5, No. 2 (3MMa 1986); Die 
Katastrophe von Cernobyf. Wie sicher die 
Atomkraftwerke in der Ukraine?, 
"Osteuropa info", (ociHb 1986); Chernobyl: 
Background of Labour Troubles, "Soviet 
Analyst" t. 15, No. 17 (27.08.1986); Ta 
pet4eH3m npai-ji 3a peflaKLjieK) Graham-a 


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Ross-a "The Foreign Office and the 
Kremlin. British Documents on 
Anglo-Soviet Relations 1941-45” 
(KeM6piflx, 1984) b "JKypHa/ii 
yKpaVHOSHaBMMX cTyfliPi” 19 (3MMa 1985). 

y MepBHi 14.P. fl-p Mapn/i3 BiflMMTae 
flonoBiflb "Kpn3a paflaHCbKOi 
npOMMCJlOBOCTkl? OrjlSIfl paflaHCbKOl 
CTajieBapHO'i npoMMC/iOBOCTM b 1980-mx 
poKax” nifl Mac KOHC^epeHMii KanaflChKoT 
acoL|iaL|ii cnaBidiB, 140 BiflOyBa/iaca b 
MaHiTo6cbKiM yHiBepcmeTi. CiansR 
noaBMTbC5R b "Canadian Slavonic Papers” 

3a rpyfleHb 1986 p. y MepBHi BiH TaKOx 
BiflMmaB flonoBiflb "y mobmhm npaqi Ha 
AEC y K.pa ihm” nifl Mac KOHCjjepeHpii npo 
cyMacHy yKpamy, 140 Bifl6yBa/iacs b 
IjuiiHOMCbKiM yHiBepcmeTi b 
ypdaHi-UJaMneMHi. 

nicna MopHo6njibCbKo'i KaTacTpocpM 
fl-p Mapn/i3 ,qaB 6araT0 iHTepB K) Ha 
Tene6aMeHHi Pi paflio b IliBHiMHiPi AMepMfli, 
bkjikdmho 3 MepexaMM Ci-6i-ec Ta 
EPi-6i-ci (HbK)-PlopK) Ta Ci-6i-ci 
(EflMOHTOH). BiH BMCTynaB Ha 
npecKOH^epeHpisRX y Hbio-MopKy Pi 
MoHpeajii. Moro CTarri npo 
MopHo6n^bCbKy KaTacTpo0y no?iBM/iMC?i b 
TaKkix ra3eTax: "Los Angeles Times” 
(02.05), "Globe and Mail” (22.05), 
"Edmonton Journal” (29.04. Ta 27.08), 
"Ukrainian Weekly” (bk/ikdmho 3 cepieK) 
n'aTM cTaTTePi npo HopHobM/ib) Ta b 
"y Kpa IHCbKMX BiCTax” (EflMOHTOH). fl~p 

Mapn/i3 6yB TaKox rocTeM-npoMOBpeM Ha 
piMHOMy KOHrpeci CyCK, mo Bifl6yBaBca b 
Anb6epTi (23.08) Ta Ha 3ara/ibHnx 36opax 
yKpaiHCbKoro yMMTe/ibCbKoro TOBapMCTBa 
niBHiMHOi A/ib6epTM (16.10). 


OPECT MAPTMHOBMH I flABMfl SWUVn 

Bifl 1 cepnHsi 1986 p. flocniflHMKM 
Kiyc OpecT MapTHHOBMM i flaBMfl Jlyny/i 
npaiflK)K)Tb Hafl nepmoK) MacTMHOK) 
flBOTOMHOi aHaniTMMHOi icTopiY yKpaiHpiB 
y KaHafli. 

B nepiuoMy TOMi, skmPi noBMHeH 6yTn 
3aKiHMeHMM y 1988 p., p03r/iflflaeTbcs 
nepiuMPi eTan yKpaiHCbKOi eMirpapii Pi 
noce/ienH* (1891-1923 pp.). y HbOMy niflxifl 
pi3HMTMMeTbcsR nifl npMHaPiMHi TpbOMa 
orji^flaMM Bifl flOTenepiiuHix npaijb: 
rionepme MiTKiiue HaronocMTbcsi 3 b'?i30k 
Mix cTapoKpaPioBMM paflMKa^isMOM Ta 
noniTMMHOio, ocBiTHboio Pt pe^iriPiHoio 
nporpaMOK) iMirpai_|iPiHoi e/iiTM (iHTejiireHpii) 
b KaHafli. rioflpyre, aBTopn nocTapaioTbcs 
opraHi3yBaTM flocBifl yKpaiHCbKMX 
iMirpaHTiB flo KaHaflM "3 HM3y”: 
npMCBSTMTbca yBary nepexMBaHHaM 
xjii6opo6iB no ce/iax mm po6iTHMKiB no 
MicTax, TBopeHHK) Pi pospocTy MicpeBMX 
pe/iiriPiHMX, rocnoflapcbKMX i noniTMMHMX 
yCTaHOB, p03BMTKOBi yKpaiHCbKOl 
HaL4ioHanbHO'i CBiflOMOCTM b KaHafli, a 
TaKOx cycnijibHO-rocnoflapcbKMM Ta 
k/ihcobmm pi3HML|5iM cepefl iMirpaHTiB. I 
noTpeTe, yKpaiHCbKMPi flocBifl 
po3r^5iflaTMMeTbC5i Ha Tjii icTopii KaHaflM 
Pi icTopii iMirpaHTiB i iMirpapii. 

npM npapi Hafl nepiuMM tomom 
BMKopMCTaHO 6araT0 me He BXMBaHMx 
flxepe/r flaHi nepenncy HaceneHHs npo 
x/ii6opo6cTBO, "Labour gazette”, MicbKi Pi 
ci^bCbKi aflpecapi, flOBiflHMKM niflnpMGMCTB, 
3BiTM npo MicbKi xMTna, napa(J)i5ijibHi flaHi, 
KpMMiHa/ibHi KapTOTeKM Ta BMflaHi Pi 
HeBMflaHi cnoraflM iMirpaHTiB. iMirpanTCbKa 
npeca BM^BM/iacs OaraTiom^M flxepejiOM 
flaHMX. Mix 1905 i 1922 pp. TaKi ra3eTM 
5 ik "CBo6ofla”, "y KpaiHCbKMPi ronoc”, 
"KaHafliPiCbKMPi cfiapMep”, "HepBOHMPi 
npanop”, "Po6ommPi Hapofl”, "yKpaiHCbKi 
po6iTHMMi BicTi” Ta "KaHafliPiCbKMPi 


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pycMH-yKpaiHeMb" flpyKyBa/iM Tnc?mi 
flOnMCiB 3i CijlbCbKMX KQJlOHiM, podiTHMMMX 
TadopiB Ta Mid i l \\ MaTepia/iM CTapaHHO 
npoMkiraHO m aHani30BaH0. L[i flonMCM He 
Ti/ibKM noflafOTb flaHi npo xmtt* daraTbOX 
rpoMafl no pi/iii/i KaHafli, a/ie m onncyK)Tb 
MMMano nodyroBMX flpidHni_|b xmtt a 
yKpaiHCbKMX iMirpaHTiB. 

TaKOx CTapaHHO BMKopMCTaHO 
apxiBHi flaHi. 3oKpeMa po3rjiflHeHO 
flepxaBHi flOKyMeHTM npo yKpaiHqiB y 
KaHafli i TaKox bmbmbho 3dipKM 
HeBMflaHMX pyKonnciB y riydniMHiM apxiBi 
KaHaflM i b nyd/iiMHMX Ta npMBaTHMX 
apxiBax b OHTapio, MaHiTodi, CacKaHeBaHi 
m AjibdepTi. 

OpeCT MapTHHOBMH BklBMaB iCTOpiK) B 

MaHiTodcbKiM yHiBepcMTeTi (B. A. 
niflBHifleHoro Tuny i/i M. A.) Ta b 
T opoHTCbKiM yHiBepcMTeTi. Moro 
HaMHOBiiua npai_;?i — "The Ukrainian Bloc 
Settlement in East Central Alberta 
1890-1930: A History" (Eamohtoh: 
MiHicTepcTBO KyxibTypM A/ibdepTM, 1985). 

flaBMfl Jlynyn BMBMaB icTopiK) b 
A^ bdepTCbKiM yHiBepcMTeTi. BiH HeflaBHO 
peflaryBaB i HanncaB BCTyn flo 
aHr/iiMCbKoro nepeK/iafly npapi K)ni?iHa 
CTeMMLUMHa "A History of Ukrainian 
Settlement in Canada" (Eamohtoh: CYC, 
1986). 


BAJ1EHTMH M0P03 

BaneHTMHa Mopo 3 a moh. npn 3 Ha>-ieHO 
acnipaHTOM-floc^iflHMKOM KIYC Ha p. 
1986-7. B. Mopo 3 HapoflMBca b YKpaini 
1962 p. i 3 flodyB 3 BaHH 3 B. A. no/iiTMMHMX 
Hayx y flbOMonbCbKiM yHiBepcMTeTi b 
H iKaro 1985 p. HMHi BiH 3 flodyBac 
MaricTepcbKMM flMn/ioM 3 yKpa'i'HCbKO'i 
Cf)OJlKJ 1 bOpMCTMKM y B'lflflijli CJlOB'sRHCbKMX i 


cxiflHboeBponeMCbKMX floc/iiflxeHb 
A^bdepTCbKoro yHiBepcMTeTy. floc/iiflMa 
acMCTeHTypa onnaMeHa nacTMHHO 3 
cjDOHfliB yHiBepcMTeTCbKoro 0aKy/ibTeTy 
acnipaHTypn i flocnifliB. 


IBAH-riABJlO XMMKA 

B jiMCTonafli 1985 p. fl-p XMMKa, 
flOfleHT Biflfliny icTopMMHMx HayK 
A/ibdepTCbKoro yHiBepcMTeTy dyB oahmm 
3 tmx, iflo 3flodynM VII npeMi'i iM. Jleci m 
rieTpa KoBa/ieBMX, HKi npM3HaMye Cok)3 
yKpa'lHOK AMepMKM. BiH 3flOdyB OflHO 3 

flpyrnx MicMb (1 000 flo/i.) 3a cbohd 
KHMXK y "Socialism in Galicia", aKy BMflaB 
YKpaiHCbKMM HayKOBMM iHCTMTyT 

TapBapflChKoro yHiBepcMTeTy 1983 p. 

y TpaBHi Lfl.p. fl-p XMMKa 3aKiHMMB 
pyKonMC khmxkm "The Awakening Village", 
B *K\\A BiH P03r^aflac P03BMTOK 
yKpa’iHCbKO'i HaiflOHajibHo'i CBiflOMOcTM 
cepefl ranMflbKMX ceji*H. Ha flocjiiflM flo 
Mie’i khmxkm BiH oflepxaB flOTai-lil Bifl 
KaHaflCbKo'i 4)yHflai_|ii yKpaiHCbKMX CTyfliM 
(nic/iaflOKTopcbKa CTMneHflm iM. 

HenopaHMx) Ta MixHapoflHO’i paflM 
flocjiifliB i odMiHy. 3aBfl^KM flOTaifl'i Bifl 
KaHaflCbKo'i floc/iiflMO'f paflM cycni/ibHMX i 
ryMaHicTMMHMX HayK fl-p XMMKa Mir 
npoBecTM flBa TMXHi BecHOK) m niTOM q.p. 
b apxiBax i did/iioTeKax PMMy m BiflHia Ha 
flocniflax flo cbogi TpeTbo'i khmxkm. flBa 
HanepKM pboro npoGKTy — icTopi'f 
YKpaiHCbKOl KaTOJIMflbKOT qepKBM B 
Ta/lMMMHi nifl ABCTpil/ICbKOK) BJiaflOK) — 
HeflaBHO noflBM/iMCs sk CTaTTi The Greek 
Catholic Church and Nation-Building in 
Galicia, 1772-1918, "Harvard Ukrainian 
Studies", 8, No. 3-4 (rpyfleHb 1984): 
426-52 Ta Kosciot greckokatolicki a 
procesy narodotworcze wsrod Ukraincow 
w Galicji. Krotki przegl^d, "Znak" (KpaKiB) 
37, No. 4 (365) (KBiTeHb 1985): 41-52. 


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MMP0CJ1AB IOPKEBMH 

M. KDpKeBkiM BiflMmaB flonoBiflb npo 
"Hai_|ioHa^icTMMHi noHSTTa flepx<aBM" Ha 
KOHCpepeHMii KaHaflCbKoT acopisLiiT 
cjiaBidiB y BiHHinery b MepBHi 1986 p., a 
TaKO>K flonoBiflb Ha TeMy "flMMTpo 
flopOLUeHKO 9 \ K iCTOpMK 
yKpaiHCbKO-HiMeL4bKMX BiflHOCMH" Ha 

KOH(})epeHL4ii KIYC npo 

yKpaiHCbKO-HiMeMbKi BiflHOCHHM, L 40 

Biflbyjiacs b rapMim-napieHKipxeHi si fl 13 
flO 16 >KOBTH!R L4.p. 


5i5Aiorpact>M 


HOBi &OHAM 

"Atlas gwar bojkowskich", t. 6, m. 1. 
BpoMJiaB, 1986. 

Be3neMHMM, I. "Teopia jiiTepaTypn". 

T opoHTO, 1984. 

D^bkowski, T. "Ukrainski ruch narodowy 
w Galicji Wschodniej, 1912-1923". 
BapmaBa, 1985. 

"Haack Atlas zur Zeitgeschichte". PoTa, 
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